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DR. J. N. R. SCORE 

PRESIDENT OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 




DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

DEAN OF FACULTY 

Professor and Head of 
Department of Psychology 



RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 

DEAN OF WOMEN 
Professor of English 



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DR. HENRY E. MEYER 

DEAN OF SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 
Professor of Piano, Organ, and Theory 





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DR. RAYMOND E. MENDENHALL 

DEAN OF MEN 
Acting Head of Department of Education 



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REV. C. W. BERGQUIST 
Instructor in Bible 



FRED ROWELL BIGELOW 

Associate Professor of General Engineering; 

Director of Band and Orchestra 



HORACE R. BLANK 

Associate Professor and Acting Head of the 

Department of Geology and Mineralogy 



IOLA BOWDEN 

Instructor in Piano and Theory 





BOB M. BROWN 
Instructor in Physics 



JAMES T. CULBERTSON 

Associate Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Mathematics 



GORDON HUBERT FAIRBANKS 
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 



ELIZABETH FEAGIN 

Assistant Professor of Violin, Theory, and Public 

School Music 




WILLIAM C. FINCH 

Associate Professor and Head of the Departments 

of Bible and Philosophy 



ABRAHAM P. FRIESEN 

Associate Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Physics and Aeronautics 



MARY ELIZABETH FOX 
Assistant Professor of History 



JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 

Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry; 

Chairman of the Division of Natural and Applied 

Sciences 



ROXIE HAGOPIAN 

Associate Professor of Voice; Director of the Chorus 



SPRIGG HARWOOD 
Associate Professor of English 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

Professor and Head of the Department of History 

and Government; Chairman of the Division of Social 

Sciences 



HELEN CLAUD HOWARD 
Instructor in English 




CLAUD HOWARD 

Professor and Head of the Department of English 

and Journalism; Chairman of the Division of 

Humanities 



ARTHUR W. JONES 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



MRS. MALI LENZ 

Instructor in Foreign Languages 



MR. F. W. LENZ 

Assistant Professor in Foreign Languages 





FRANK E. LUKSA 

Associate Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Sociology 



ELIZABETH LUNDBLAD 

Assistant Professor of Business Administration and 

Economics 



IMOGENE McNEILL 

Assistant Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Home Economics 




RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 

Director of Athletics; Head Coach; Associate Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education; Acting Head of the 
Department of Physical Education and Physical 
Training 



ROSEMARY MILHOLLIN 
Instructor in Physical Education 



LUCY BELLE MORGAN 
Instructor in Foreign Languages 



WILLIAM M. PATTERSON 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 



DOUGLAS W. REYNOLDS 

Assistant Professor of General Engineering 



BRUNO CARL SCHMIDT 

Associate Professor of Religion and Religious Edu- 
cation 



ROLAND ANGUS SPRINGER 

Associate Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Speech and Drama 



VELMA TISDALE 

Assistant Professor in Mathematics 




MARY A. THOMPSON 

Director of Physical Education for Women; Assistant 

Professor of Physical Education 



LUTHER J. WAGGONER 

Associate Professor of History and Church History 



ESTER M. WEIR 
Instructor in Mathematics 



RALPH W. WHITMORE 
Assistant Professor of Physics 





MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX 

Assistant Professor and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Astronomy and Meteorology 



CLYDE E. BOREN 
Instructor in English 



MYRON L. WILLIAMS 

Professor and Head of the Department of Business 

Administration and Economics 



GORDON B. WOLCOTT 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department 

of Biology 



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PEARL A. NEAS 

Registrar; Director of Correspondence Department 



I. J. McCOOK 
Business Manager 



LILLIE T. COOPER 
Assistant Registrar 



M. HOWARD KNOX 

Director of Public Relations; Executive Secretary 

to the Ex-students' Association 



JOHN R. MARTIN 
University Physician 



SARA M. WRIGHT 
University Nurse; Instructor in Physical Education 



WILLIAM D. NIETMAN 
Field Representative 




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MRS. J. E. SMITH 

Head Matron of Mood Hall 



MRS. E. W. BRIDGES 
Assistant Matron of Mood Hall 



MRS. MARGARET CORNWALL 
Matron of Sneed House 



MRS. JANETTE REYNOLDS 
Matron of Snyder Hall 





LOUISE I. RADER 
Cashier 



JEAN H. CULBERTSON 
Secretary to the President 



MARGUERITE DOLAN 

Secretary to the Business Manager 



MADIE GRIMES 

Assistant in Business Office 




MARY LU JOBESON 

Dietitian and Supervisor of Navy Mess at U.S.S. 

Kuykendall 



KLINGEMANN, DOROTHY 

Dietitian and Supervisor of Dining Hall at Mood 

Hall 



GEORGE E. HOWE 

Commander USNR, Commanding Officer 



A. V. LORENTSON 

Lieutenant USNR, Executive Officer 



E. A. HARRIS 

Lieutenant USNR, Executive Officer 



ERANK J. DOLSON 

Lieutenant USNR, Executive Officer 




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G. W. EVERETT 

Lieutenant Commander USNR, Physical Fitness 

Officer 



C. B. CORLEY 
Chief Sp. Athletic 







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President 




JANE SISSERSON 
Vice-President 

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Secretary 



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HOWARD YOUNG 
President 




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JANE MUNSON 
Vice-President 




HELEN TIDWELL 
Secretary 



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ALLPORT, JEAN (B.A.— March '46) 
Orange, Texas 
Major — English 



BLACKMAN, JO ANN (B.S.— Oct. '45) 
Taft, Texas 
Major — Elementary Education 

BRYAN, CHARLES (B.A.— Oct. '45) 
Whitesboro, Texas 
Navy Pre-Chaplain 



BARBER, IRENE (B.B.A.— March '46) 

Markham, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Phi Mu: Pledge Scholarship Award '43, Athletic Chairman 43, 
'44, '45, Treasurer '44, Rush Chairman, '45-'46; Student Senator 
'43, '44; Alpha Chi '46; Pi Gamma Mu '44, '45, '46, Secretary '45-'46; 
Mood Hall House Council, Vice-President '45; Woman's Pan- 
hellenic Association '45-'46; Pan-American Forum '43-'44; Mask 
and Wig '44, '45, '46; Home Economics Club '44-'45-'46; President 
of Senior Class '45-'46; Duchess of May Fete '45. 



BARTLETT, JOSEPHINE (B.S.— March '46) 

Lufkin, Texas 

Major — Elementary Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha: Historian '42-'43, Secretary '44-'45, '45-'46; Sports 
Club '42-'43; Mask and Wig Club '42-'43. 




BENDER, MARVIN 
Breckenridge, Texas 
Naval V-12 Unit 





BEAVER, PEGGY (B.B.A.— June '46) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major — Business Administration 



BORDERS, JEWEL (B.B.A.— March '46) 
San Antonio, Texas 
Major — Business Administration 



BROWN, BILLIE RUTH (B.B.A.— June '46) 

San Diego, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Alpha Delta Pi: Treasurer '44-'45, Intramural Captain, Recording 
Secretary '44; Pi Gamma Mu '45-'46; Chorus '44-'45; Mask and 
Wig '43-'44. 




BROWN, RICHARD C. 
Long view, Texas 
Naval V-12 Unit 



BURFORD, ETHEL (B.S.— June '46) 

Columbia, Texas 

Major — Secondary Education 
Phi Mu: Registrar '43-'44, Librarian '44; 
Pi Gamma Mu; Pan-American Forum '43- 
'45; Basileis Society '46 



CAIN, YVONNE (B.A.— Oct. '45) 

Houston, Texas 

Major — English 
Phi Mu: Vice-President '44, Secretary of 
Pledge Class '43; Panhellenic Council '43; 
Freshman Class Secretary '43; Megaphone 
Staff Society Editor '43, Feature Editor '44; 
Southwestern Staff '43; Mask and Wig '43, 
'44, '45; Pan-American Forum '43, '44, '45. 

CARROLL, ANNETTE (B.S.— June '46) 

Taft, Texas 

Major — Home Economics 
Delta Delta Delta: Secretary '44, Pledge Trainer '45; Home 
Economics Club President '45-'46; Pi Gamma Mu '45-'46. 



CARTER, COURTENAY (B.S.— June '46) 

Conroe, Texas 

Major — Physical Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha: Guard '45, Captain of Intramural Team; Mask 
and Wig '43; Cheer Leader '43, '44; Treasurer of Sophomore Class 
'44; Physical Education Club '45; Miss Southwestern '46. 




CATES, REAGAN (B.A.— June '46) 

Baytown, Texas 

Major — Psychology 
Kappa Alpha: Recording Secretary '43, Vice-President 45, 
President '45, '46; President of Student Body '45-' 46; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities '45-'46; Panhellenic Repre- 
sentative; Megaphone Staff; President of Junior Class '45; Pan- 
American Forum '45. 



COMAN, JACK (B.F.A.— June '46) 
Mexia, Texas 
Major — Music 



COSTIN, GLENIS 
Abilene, Texas 
Naval V-12 Unit 



COURTNEY, JEAN (B.S.— March '46) 

Conroe, Texas 

Major — Elementary Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha: Guard '44-'45; Physical Education Club, Vice- 
President '45; Mask and Wig '43-' 44; Megaphone '43-'44. 




CROSSMAN, CURTIS (B.B.A.— June '46) 
Garland, Texas 
Major — Business Administration 



CRUSE, PEGGY (B.S.— March '46) 

Liberty, Texas 

Major — Elementary Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha '43-'46; Mask and Wig 
Club '43-'44; Mood Hall House Council '45; 
German Club '43; Megaphone Staff '43. 



DAVIS, ERNEST (B.A.- 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major — Speech 



-June '46) 




DEWALD, ERNEST (B.A.— March '46) 
Lampasas, Texas 
Major — Bible 



DRAKE, LA VERNE (B.B.A.— June '46) 
Edna, Texas 
Major — Business Administration 




EDENS, EDITH JANE 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major — History and Government 



EDWARDS, NONA RUTH (B.S.— June '46) 

Smithville, Texas 

Major — Physical Education 
Alpha Delta Pi: Best Pledge Award '44, Intramural Chairman 
'44-'45, '45-'46, Social Chairman '44-'45, '45-'46; Band '43-'44, '44- 
'45; Southwestern Chorus '45-'46; Mask and Wig '43-'44, '44-'45; 
Senior Class Treasurer '46; Annual Staff '46; All-Star Teams '43- 
'46; Chapel Choir '46; Duchess of May Fete '46; Physical Educa- 
tion Club '45-'46. 





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EHLERT, ELAINE (B.A.— Oct. '45) 

Fairbanks, Texas 

Major — Speech and Drama 
Independent: President '45, Executive Council '44-'45; Student 
Christian Association Worship Chairman '44; Mask and Wig, 
Scribe '44, Vice-President '45; National Collegiate Players Beauty 
Nominee, Miss Southwestern Nominee '45; Library Club Vice- 
President '44; Chorus; Junior and Senior Class Senator '44-'45; 
Mood Hall_ House Council Vice-President '45; Advisory Council 
'44; Pan-American Forum. 



FEASTER, IVON (B.B.A.— March '46) 

Bryan, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer '44. 






FINCHER, DORSEY 
Kilgore, Texas 
Naval V-12 Unit 



GOODENOUGH, HAROLD (B.A.— Oct. '45) 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Major — Naval Pre-Chaplain 
Student Christian Association, Recreation 
Committee '44, Community Service Chair- 
man '44-'45; Navy Christian Association 
Secretary '45; Navy Chorus '45; Pi Gamma 
Mu '45; Chapel Choir '44-' 45; Ministerial As- 
sociation Secretary '44, Social Chairman 
'45; Radio Chorus '44; Life Service Group 
'45; Senior Class Senator '45; Independent 
Council '44-'45, President '45; Mate of Deck 
'44; Strength Test Winner '44; Platoon Lead- 
er '45; Merit Roll '45. 



GRIMES, MADIE (B.S.— June '46) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major — Physical Education 

HALLAUER, JANE (B.B.A.— June '46) 

Breckenridge, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President of Pledge Class '44, Best Pledge 
Award '44, Treasurer '45-'46; Pi Gamma Mu '46; Mask and Wig 
'44-'45, Treasurer '45-'46; Mood Hall House Council President '45; 
'45 Sou'wester Staff; '46 Sou'wester Editor; Student Christian 
Association Treasurer '46. 



HAMNER, ROBERT 
San Antonio, Texas 
Naval V-12 Unit 



HECK, ROSE ANN (B.F.A.— Oct. '45) 

Giddings, Texas 

Major — Voice 
Alpha Delta Pi; Mozart Society. 

HENLEY, ALEF (B.A.— "March '46) 

Brownwood, Texas 

Major — History and Government 
Phi Mu, Pledge Trainer '44-'45, President -'45; Women s Pan- 
hellenic President '45; Interfraternity Council Secretary and 
Treasurer '45-' 46; Junior Class President '45; Junior Class Senator 
'45- Student Christian Association Deputation Chairman '45; Pi 
Gamma Mu; Alpha Chi President '45; Home Economics Club 
Vice-President '45; Phi Mu Beauty '45; Student Christian Associa- 
tion President '45; Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer '45; Senator 
'45; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Mask 
and Wig; Student Assistant to Mr. Hester '45-'46. 



HOWARD, ERNEST (B.A.— Oct. '46) 

Talco, Texas 

Major— Speech , , 

Phi Delta Theta President '44-'45; Ministerial Association 44; 
Interfraternity Council President '46. 



HULL, JOANNA (B.S.— June '46) 

San Antonio, Texas 

Major — Biology 
Delta Delta Delta. 





! JACKSON, LOUISE (B.A.— Oct. '45) 
Orange, Texas 

Major — Economics and Business 
Administration 
Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain '44, President 
'45; Student Senate '44; Junior Class Secre- 
tary-Treasurer '44; Chorus '43, '44, '45; Pan- 
hellenic Council; Girl's Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, Secretary-Treasurer '45; Advisory Coun- 
| cil '45; Delta Delta Delta Beauty '44; Beauty 
Nominee '45. 



JOHNSON, BILLIE BURKE (B.A.— Mar. '46) 

Bryan, Texas 

Major — Psychology 
Zeta Tau Alpha '45-'46; Pi Gamma Mu '46; 
Mask and Wig '43-'44; Band '43; South- 
western Magazine '45. 



KNOX, BETTY (B.B.A.— June '46) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Delta Delta Delta; Mozart Society '45-'46; 
Chorus '43-'44, '44-'45, '45-'46; Mask and 
Wig '43-'44. 



LARSON, DIXIE (B.A.- 
Alexandria, La. 
Major — English 



LITTLE, DOROTHY JANE (B.S. 

San Saba, Texas 

Major — Home Economics 
Delta Delta Delta. 




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LOUDON, ALBERT (B.A.- 
Fredericksburg, Texas 
Major — Bible 



June '46) 




MOORE, CARMEL (B.B.A.— June '46) 

Weatherford, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Independent Organization; Band; Student Christian Association; 
Assistant to Business Department. 





MOSES, MARILYN (B.B.A.— March '46) 

Sinton, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Phi Mu, Chapter Room Chairman '43, Treasurer '44-'45-'46; Mask 
and Wig '45-'46; Pi Gamma Mu '46; Home Economics Club '45- 
'46; Band '43. 



MUNSON, JANE (B.F.A.— June '46) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major — Piano and Theory 
Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Chi '46; Chorus Accompanist '44; Pan- 
American Forum '43-'44; Mozart Society; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Assistant in Piano '45-'46; Hester- 
Ottinger-Neas Prize in Music '45; Senior Class Vice-President '46; 
Mask and Wig '43-'45. 





NANCE, JO (B.S.— March '46) 
Lometa, Texas 
Major — Education 



OVERTON, JOSEPHINE (B.B.A.— June '46) 

Hutto, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer '44; Mask and 
Wig '43-'44. 



PAUL, SENORA (B.B.A.— June '46) 

Houston, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Phi Mu, Secretary of Pledge Class '43, 
Scholarship Chairman '44-'45, Vice-Presi- 
dent '46; Home Economics Club Secretary 
'45-'46 ; Pi Gamma Mu '45-'46; All-School 
Panhellenic Council '45-'46; Mood Hall 
House Council President '45; Senior Class 
Senator '45-'46; Mask and Wig '45-'46; May 
Fete Duchess '45-'46. 




PAYNE, HELEN (B.S.— March '46) 
Santa Anna, Texas 
Major — Home Economics 



PEPPER, DELLA MAE (B.A.— June '46) 

Marshall, Texas 

Major— Bible 
Independent Organization Secretary '43-'44; Executive Council 
'44-'45, Sergeant-at-Arms '46; Junior Class Secretary '45; Mask 
and Wig '45; Library Club Secretary'45, President '46; Life Service 
Organization Vice-President '45-'46; Band '43-'46; Sou'wester 
Staff '45; Ministerial Association '43-'44; Snyder Hall House Coun- 
cil '43; Mood Hall House Council '45-'46; Pan-American Forum 
'45-'46; Library Assistant '44-'46. 



-March '46) 



PRANGLIN, EVELYN (B.F.A. 

Pearsall, Texas 

Major — Music 
Phi Mu Secretary '44-'45; Music Club Secretary '44-'45; Mozart 
Society '44-'46; Pianist Club '43-'46; Band '43; Pan-American 
Forum '43-'45; Home Economics Club '45-'46; Chapel Pianist 
'45-'46. 



GATLIN, MILDRED RADER (B.A.— June '46) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major — Speech and Drama 
Independent Association; Mask and Wig '45-'46; Alpha Chi Vice 
President '46; Library Club President '44; Student Christian Asso 
ciation; Senior Senator '46. 



RICHARDSON, MARY FAY (B.A.— March '46) 

Liberty Hill, Texas 

Major — English 
Alpha Delta Pi Guard '44-'45, Secretary '45-'46; Junior Class Sen- 
ator '45; Alpha Chi '46; Pi Gamma Mu '45-'46; Chapel Choir 
'44-'45-'46; Chorus '43-'44; Pan-American Club '43-'45. 



ST. CLAIR, VIRGINIA (B.A.- 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major — Sociology 

Delta Delta Delta. 



-March '46) 




5CHNABEL, LOIS ANNE (B.A.— March '46) 

Shreveport, La. 

Major — English 
Alpha Delta Pi President '45-' 46, Vice-Presi- 
dent '44-'45; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities '44-'45, '45-'46; South- 
western Magazine Editor; Panhellenic 
Representative; Mask and Wig Secretary 
43-'46; All-Star Baseball and Basketball 
Team; Alpha Delta Pi Beauty '45; Pan- 
American Forum '44. 

SHOLARS, JEAN (B.A.— March '46) 

Orange, Texas 

Major — English 
Delta Delta Delta. 

SISTRUNK, POLLY (B.B.A.— June '46) 

Runge, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Mask and Wig '43-'44; 
Spanish Club '43-'44; House Council '46; 
Panhellenic Council '46; Student , Senate 
'46; Beauty Nominee '46. 



SISSERSON, JANE (B.S.— March '46) 

Weatherford, Texas 

Major — Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha Historian '44-'45, Social Chairman '45; All-School 
Beauty '44; Sun Bowl Princess Nominee '44; Student Senate '45; 
Beauty Nominee '45; Kappa Sigma Sweetheart '45; Mood Hall 
Honor Council '45; Senior Class Vice-President '45; Student Chris- 
tian Association '45-'46; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities '45-'46. 



SLOVER, VERNON (B.S.— June '46) 

Reagan Wells, Texas 

Major — Physical Education 
Delta Delta Delta Marshal '44-'45, Librarian '45-'46; Mask and 
Wig '44-'46; Basileius Society '46; Physical Education Club Treas- 
urer '44-'45; Senior Class Senator '46; Band '44. 



-Oct. '45) 





SNEED, ANN (B.A.- 
Houston, Texas 
Major — Sociology 

Alpha Delta Pi Chaplain '43-'44; Chapel Choir '43-'44; Library 

Club; Mask and Wig '42-'44 ; Sports Club '42-'43; Pi Gamma Mu; 

Student Christian Association Worship Chairman '45; Senior 

Class Senator '45. 



STOKER, EMMA RUTH (B.A.— June '46) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major — Sociology 
ndependent Chaplain '46, Council. '45; Ministerial Association 
'43-'44; Student Christian Association Secretary '44-'45; Pi Gamma 
Mu '46; Chorus '45-'46; Life Service Organization Secretary '45-'46. 




TIDWELL, HELEN (B.A.— June '46) 

Meridian, Texas 

Major — Psychology 
Independent Organization Vice-President '45, President '45; Pan- 
American Forum '45-'46; Pi Gamma Mu '45-'46; Southwestern 
Science Society '45-'46; Alpha Chi Secretary '46; Secretary Senior 
Class '46; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 
'45-'46. 



TOOLEY, RICHARD (B.B.A.— Oct. '45) 

Dallas, Texas 

Major — Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha. 



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WALKER, SALLYE (B.S.— Oct. '45) 

Columbus, Texas 

Major — Education 
Alpha Delta Pi. 



WARTHEN, BETTY PATRICIA 
(B.A.— June '46) 

Beaumont; Texas 

Major — Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi Corresponding Secretary 
'45-'46, Vice-President '45; Megaphone; 
Sou'wester; Southwestern Magazine; Junior 
Class Senator; Mood Hall House Council 
Secretary; Mask and Wig Board of Direc- 
tors; Ducess of May Fete; Nominee for 
Queen of Military Ball. 



WILSON, C. D. (B.B.A.— March '46) 
Campton, California 
Major — Business Administration 



WISE, MARY KAY (B.F.A.— Oct. '45) 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

Major — Public School Music 
Alpha Delta Pi, Glee Club Director, Social Chairman; Mega- 
phone Editor; Southwestern Music Club President; Mozart So- 
ciety; Chapel Choir; Chorus; Radio Guild and Chorus; Mask and 
Wig; Magazine Staff; Student Christian Association Recreation 
Chairman, Publicity Chairman; Student Senate; Pan-American 
Forum Reporter. 



WOOLLS, DOROTHY (B. A.— March '46) 

Hondo, Texas 

Major — History and Government 
Delta Delta Delta 



CHAFIN, OLIN (B.S.— June '46) 
Sinton, Texas 
Major — Physical Education 



PITTS, NORMAN 
Matador, Texas 
Naval V-12 Unit 





BILL NESBIT 
President 





LAURALEE SMITH 
Vice-President 

FALL SEMESTER 



RUTH MARIE DAVIS 
Secretary 



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SONNY MUNDEN 
President 




SPRING SEMESTER 

DOLORES DUERSON 
Vice-President 




TED BARE 
Secretary 




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ABADIE, VICTOR HUGH 
San Antonio, Texas 

ALLEY, BENNY ALBERT 
Fife, Texas 

ALLISON, RUEL BLAKE, JR. 
Graham, Texas 

BETHANY, SUE 
Bryan, Texas 



BIRD.WELL, CAROLINE 
Beaumont, Texas 

BLAND, ROBERT FAULK 
New Orleans, La. 




BLODZINSKI, EDWARD 
Buffalo, New York 



BOYD, ELMA LOTTIE 
Glen Flora, Texas 

BRANNEN, DAVID BURR 
Tucson, Arizona 



BROWN, JOSEPH LOUIS 
Houston, Texas 



BURCH, DANIEL 
Donna, Texas 

BURKETT, WM. JOSEPH, JR. 
Beaumont, Texas 




BROWN, EMILY 
Houston, Texas 




CANNELL, NANCY 
McAllen, Texas 

CARRINGTON, TOMMY 
Gilmer, Texas 

CONQUEST, SHELLEY 
Pharr, Texas 






COOPER, PEGGY 
Georgetown, Texas 

DAVIS, RUTH MARIE 
Baytown, Texas 

DAVIS, JACK 

Georgetown, Texas 

DORRIS, GEORGE J. 
Pasadena, Texas 



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DOWD, BOBBIE TILL 
Canyon, Texas 

DUERSON, DOLORES 
Harlingen, Texas 

DUSEK, MELVIN WILLIAM 
Granger, Texas 



EVANS, TRUDY 
Georgetown, Texas 

EASLEY, MARTHA JANE 
Taylor, Texas 

FINLEY, GEORGE STANLEY 
Eldorado, Texas 



HARDEMAN, EDWARD 
Junction, Texas 

HAUSER, BILL 
Houston, Texas 



FERGUSON, CHARLES W. 
Stephenville, Texas 



HENDERSON, HELEN 
El Campo, Texas 

HERMAN, BETTY 

Port Jervis, New York 

HOLLOWAY, BOB 
Arlington, Texas 




HORRIGAN, MARY GRACE 
Houston, Texas 

HOWARD, ADDIE JANE 
Driftwood, Texas 

HOWLAND, CLARENCE V. 
Clarksville, Texas 

ISBELL, PEGGY 
Cameron, Texas 



JENNINGS, MARGARET 
Harlingen, Texas 

JONES, JAMES LANDON 
McAllen, Texas 



LUNDBLAD, JOHN H., JR 
Georgetown, Texas 





KNICKERBOCKER, HARRY 
Dallas, Texas 



LANE, SUE 

Longview, Texas 

LeMOND, JERRY 
Lubbock, Texas 



MARTIN, ROBERT 
Dallas, Texas 

McLEAN, AUBREY 
Georgetown, Texas 



LOVE, LOUIS 
Glenmora, La. 








McCRELESS, GRACE ANN 
San Antonio, Texas 

MASON, BETTY 
Alice, Texas 

MEADOR, JOYCE 
Victoria, Texas 



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PARSONS, GEORGE 
Rodessa, La. 

PATTON, JOHN NELSON 
Georgetown, Texas 

PECK, CHARLES 
Georgetown, Texas 




MELTON, OAKLEY W. 
Wetumpka, Alabama 

MILES, TOMMY LEE 
Mexia, Texas 

MUNDEN, HORACE EDWARD 
Ft. Worth, Texas 

NESBITT, BILL 
Trinity, Texas 



PHILLIPS, PEGGY 

San Augustine, Texas 

PITTS, SAM STANFORD 
Conroe, Texas 



RICHARDSON, BILL 
Philadelphia, Miss. 



RYAN, EILEEN 
El Paso, Texas 

SEXTON, EDNANNE 
Houston, Texas 



RICHARDS, NAIDA 
Paducah, Texas 




SHOLARS, BETH 
Orange, Texas 

SIMMONS, VIVIAN 
Thrall, Texas 

SMITH, DUNCAN 
Burbank, California 

WALLACE, LINDA 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 




SMITH, LAURALEE 
Houston, Texas 

STEVENS, CHARLES 
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 

STEVIC, WILLIAM W. 
Georgetown, Texas 

STRASBURGER, 
WINFREY ANNE 
Temple, Texas 



SCOGGINS, H. GRANT, JR 
Georgetown, Texas 

TEGART, PATRICIA 
San Angelo, Texas 

THOMPSON, MARY LOU 
Keltys, Texas 




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TINGLEY, LAWRENCE 
Houston, Texas 

TRASK, JOHN BUREN 
New Orleans, La. 



ULREY, JOHN 

Big Spring, Texas 



WATSON, BETTY 

Fredericksburg, Texas 

WEST, FRED 
Mission, Texas 




TUMLINSON, MARTHA 
Raymondville, Texas 



WILLMAN, ETTA MARIE 
Art, Texas 

WOODRUFF, VIRGINIA 
Gatesville, Texas 

YOUNG, HOWARD 
Olney, Texas 

TYSON, BILLIE RUTH 
Rosebud, Texas 



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ABBOTT, CARMEN 
Beaumont, Texas 

ALEXANDER, PAUL 
Jackson, Mississippi 

ALLEN, H. K. 
Austin, Texas 

ALMAN, RAY M. 
Amarillo, Texas 



ATKINS, JOSEPH NOBLE 
Odessa, Texas 

BAKER, CHARLES MAYNARD 
Wilson, Texas 



BASS, WILLIAM A., JR 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 





BAKER MARY HELEN 
Harlingen, Texas 



BARCUS, MARIANNE 
Goose Creek, Texas 

BARE, THEODORE 
Ontario, California 



BATTLE, MORRIS FONTAINE 
Austin, Texas 

BECKER, WILLIAM J. 
Dallas, Texas 



BARRETT, JACK CLINT 
Houston, Mississippi 





BERTMAN, JAMES G., JR. 
Liberty, Texas 

BIRDWELL, CARL 

College Station, Texas 

BOOKER, CAROLYN 
Brownwood, Texas 







BOOTH, EARNEST 
Abilene, Texas 

BOWEN, DAVID L. 
San Antonio, Texas 

BOWLES, ROBERT W. 
Houston, Texas 

BRABHAM, PATRICIA 
Roswell, New Mexico 



BRANNEN, RICHARD 
Pasadena, Texas 

BROOKS, LELAND DONALD 
Abilene, Texas 

BROWN, WM. BURLESON 
Dallas, Texas 



BUICE, NELL 
Waco, Texas 

BURNETT, LONNIE SHELTON 
Houston, Texas 



CANNAN, MARY LEE 
Carlisle, Texas 




CARNES, JAMES MALCOLM 
San Antonio, Texas 

CHANDLER, JANIS 
Groveton, Texas 



BYERS, JACK EDWARD 
Elkhart, Texas 



CHESAK, ROBERT CARL 
El Paso, Texas 

CLAY, THOMAS WELDON 
Athens, Texas 

CLEAVENGER, SAM D. 
El Paso, Texas 




COHEN, MAX 

San Antonio, Texas 

COMIN, MARGARET 
Phoenix, Arizona 

CONNALLY, MARCIA 
Alice, Texas 

COOK, CHARLES W. 
Rayville, La. 



CRAWFORD, WID PHILLIPS 
Eastland, Texas 

CRONKWRIGHT, PATRICIA 
Galveston, Texas 

CURTIS, THOMAS E. 
Miami, Oklahoma 




DAILY, RICHARD LOUIS 
Temple, Texas 

DAVIS, CHARLES ALBERT 
Kansas City, Missouri 



DAVIS, JAMES LEE 
Mart, Texas 



DENSON, JACK McVAY 
Poteet, Texas 

DODGE, BILLY ALBERT 
Wichita Falls, Texas 




DAVIS, CHARLES HENRY 
Lorimor, Iowa 



DUNKELBERG, RALPH 
Wichita Falls, Texas 

DOLAN, ELEANOR 
Georgetown, Texas 

DUNMAN, WILLIAM VANCE 
Waco, Texas 



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EAVES, LESLIE LEVON 
Iraan, Texas 

EDDINS, ABBIE CATHERINE 
Georgetown, Texas 

EDDINS, BILLY JOHN 
Sudan, Texas 

EDGAR, ALEXANDER GEORG 
Alexandria, La. 



EDMONDSON, RICHARD EDWARD 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

EVANS, JOE DENNIS 
Blanket, Texas 

EVANS, THOMAS LAWRENCE 
Lafayette, La. 



EVERETT, RICHARD 
Austin, Texas 

FARRIS, DOROTHY NELL 
Georgetown, Texas 



FERGUSON, BENJAMIN F. 
Highlands, Texas 



FLUITT, LYLE EASLEY 
Hereford, Texas 

FOGG, FREDDYE FAYE 
Diboll, Texas 



FELTON, GEORGE REUBEN 
Marianna, Arkansas 



FOGG, MARIE 
Diboll, Texas 

FORD, MARION, JR. 
Pasadena, Texas 

FORE, SAM LANE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 




FRANKLIN, ISAAC NELSON 
Georgetown, Texas 

FULLER, ROY 
Abilene, Texas 

GARDNER, PAUL ELMER 
Muleshoe, Texas 

S fGATLIN, LEROY 

San Antonio, Texas 



GEE, MARGARET 
Houston, Texas 

GHISELIN, BETTY ANNE 
Houston, Texas 

GORDON, GLORIA 
Louise, Texas 







GRAY, JAMES J. 
Perry, Oklahoma 

GREEN, JAMES HARRIS 
Buckeye, Arizona 



GREEN, HAROLD RAY 
Terrell, Texas 



GRIGSBY, JAMES C. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

GRUENEWALD, FRANCES 
Ft. Worth, Texas 




GREEN, REX RICHARD 
Houston, Texas 



HAAS, RUTHERFORD E. 
Victoria, Texas 

HALFF, THOMAS A. 
San Antonio, Texas 

HALLORAN, PRISCILLA 
San Antonio, Texas 



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HARRIS, FORREST DEE 
Ft. Worth, Texas 

HAWLEY, JAY LOYD, JR. 
Borger, Texas 

HAYES, STANLEY MAURICE 
Poteet, Texas 




HAMMONS, CHARLES WILB' 
Wilson, Texas 

HAMNER, JOHN TOD 
Houston, Texas 

HANNA, WM. HORACE, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 

HARDT, ANNANELLE 
Edinburg, Texas 



HEDRICK, PEGGY 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

HEFNER, RAYMOND RICHARD 
Hico, Texas 



HOLDRIDGE, HERBERT 
Galveston, Texas 



HOOPER, CHARLES 
Houston, Texas 

HOOPER, JAMES T. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



HENSON, DEWEY BOB 
Nacogdoches, Texas 



HOOVER, DAVID 
Harlingen, Texas 

HORNER, JO LORRAINE 
San Antonio, Texas 

HUDSON, JOHN LEROY 
Georgetown, Texas 








HUGHES, ROBERT JOHN 
Dickinson, Texas 

HULL, WALTER LAFAYETTE 
Hillsboro, Texas 

HUNT, DAVID GLENN 
Abilene 

HUNT, HUGH HARRISON 
Big Spring, Texas 



HUTCHISON, ROY WENDAL 
Booker, Texas 

INGRAM, JACK 
Dallas, Texas 

JAMISON, SARA 

Raymondville, Texas 






JOHNSTON, PAUL MARTIN 
Forreston, Texas 

JONES, ARTHUR H. 
San Antonio 



KEY, JAMES SHEILDS, JR. 
Odessa, Texas 



KING, WM. GREGORY 
Pasadena, California 

KINNEY, CHARLES CLEVELAND 
Austin, Texas 



JORGENSEN, KAY 
Houston, Texas 




KISSINGER, BILLY 
Tahlequah, Okla. 

LAURENCE. JOHN EARL, JR. 
Groesbeck, Texas 

LEARY, ROBERT GARWOOD 
Laredo, Texas 



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LIPPS, BILL YE LYNN 
Beeville, Texas 

LORD, BETTY 
Beaumont, Texas 

LOSH, BETTY 
McAllen, Texas 

LOYKASEK, ROSELEE 
Granger, Texas 




LUSTER, THOMAS McCAY 
Clarksdale, Miss. 

McCABE, FRANK SIDNEY 
Sterling City, Texas 

McCLURE, WILLIAM L. 
San Angelo, Texas 






McCOMBS, BILLY JOE 
Spur, Texas 

Mcdowell, james kenneth 

Guthrie, Okla. 



McILROY, JOE HARVEY 
Amarillo, Texas 



McINTYRE, ROBERT LEROY 
Santa Fe, N.M. 

McKIVETT, BETTY 
Houston, Texas 



McGEE, TOM 

San Antonio, Texas 



McMANUS, WILLIAM KENNETH 
Roanoke, La. 

MACKEY, PAT 
Austin, Texas 

MANNING, BUFORD JAMES 
Houston, Texas 




MANNING, THOMAS M. 
Mart, Texas 

MARSH, LUTHER ALVIN 
Lewisburg, Texas 

MARTIN, BOB 
Houston, Texas 

MELTZ, LAWRENCE JEROME 
Atlanta, Ga. 




MOORE, ALLEN JOE 
Waco, Texas 

MOORE, WILLIAM DAVID 
Karnes City, Texas 

MOORE, ZACK JACKSON 
Georgetown, Texas 



MORELAND, JACK LEE 
San Antonio, Texas 

MORGAN, RAYBURN EDGAR 
Greenville, Texas 



MURPHY, JOVEDA 
Pelly, Texas 



MURRAY, BERNICE 
Houston, Texas 

NELSON, BERNICE 
Cleburne, Texas 




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MURRAY, ROBERT THOMAS 
Georgetown, Texas 




NOLAN, MAYESOLA 
Ingleside, Texas 

NOWLAND, WILLIAM 
San Antonio, Texas 

OGLESBY, BOB 
Georgetown, Texas 



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O'KELLEY, WILLIAM 
Dallas, Texas 

ORR, JOHN HENRY, JR. 
Waxahachie, Texas 

PALMER, MARTHA 
Ft. Crockett, Texas 

PALMER, VIRGINIA 
Ft. Crockett, Texas 



PARK, DAVID LEE 
Ft. Worth, Texas 

PENNINGTON WILLIAM RHOM 
Sherman, Texas 

PERCY, CALVIN GREER 
Jonah, Texas 



PERSYN, RICHARD 
San Antonio, Texas 

PETERKIN, GEORGE 
Houston, Texas 



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PORTER, JOYCE 
Mathis, Texas 




POTTER, WILLIS ALBERT 
Edinburg, Texas 

PRUITT, WALTER PIERCE 
Kilgore, Texas 



PETTY, LAWRENCE OTIS, JR. 
Hobbs, N.M. 



RAMBIE, GUY STRICKLAND, JR. 
San Antonio, Texas 

REID, JOHN WALLACE, JR. 
Vernon, Texas 

RITCHESON, JACKSIE 
Houston, Texas 




ROBERTS, CLOYD 
Ft. Worth, Texas 

ROBERTSON, JOHN CLIFTON 
Eagle Pass, Texas 

ROBINSON, BEVERLY 
Houston, Texas 

ROSENE, POLLY 
Georgetown, Texas 



ROSS, MARY KATHRYN 
Houston, Texas 

ROWELL, CHESTER MORRISON 
Austin, Texas 

RUTHSTROM, WALTER EDWIN 
Houston, Texas 




SALLEY, ALGER LITTLE 
Clomville, Texas 

SCHILLING, DAVID WESLEY 
Kansas City, Mo. 



SCOTT, HOWARD WALLACE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



SHIPLEY, RICHARD 
Stillwater, Okla. 

SHIPP, STELLOISE 
Liberty Hill, Texas 




SCHLUTER, CARL EDWARD 
Rhome, Texas 



SHOCKLEY, HAROLD DAVIS 
San Antonio, Texas 

SHORT, GEORGE FORD 
Durant, Okla. 

SIMONS, MARY 
Austin, Texas 




STRICKLAND, REUBEN 
Marshall, Texas 




SMITH, GERALD LLOYD 
Aruba, N.W.I. 

SMITH, MELVIN MUNSON 
Freeport, Texas 

SMITH, JAMES WARNER 
Vernon, Texas 

SNEDECOR,THOMAS CHARLE,, 
Richmond, Texas 




SNOW, BENJAMIN BRYAN 
Visalia, Cal. 

SPARKS, VINCENT BARRY 
Pine Bluff, Ark. 

STAKEMILLER, LEO 
Houston, Texas 



STINCHCOMB, GLENN 
Siloam Springs, Ark. 

STEWART, CHARLES BRADBURY 
Mayer, Ariz. 



STUART, DOROTHY 
Houston, Texas 



SWITZER, VIRGINIA 
Houston, Texas 

TEEL, ALMON BERNARD 
Electra, Texas 



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TESTA, ANTONE JAMES 
Eastern Bell, Cal. 

THOMPSON, GEORGE WILLIAM 
Abilene, Texas 

THOMPSON, ROBERT 
Ballinger, Texas 





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TOWLER, DAPHNA 
Goose Creek, Texas 

TRAMMELL, MARY JANE 
Houston, Texas 

TUCKER, E. L. 
Dallas, Texas 

TWIGG, JAMES PAUL 
Cumberland, Maryland 



UNDERHILL, BILL 
Big Spring, Texas 

WALKER, JAMES WILLIAM 
Cookeville, Tenn. 

WALTON, WILLIAM' 
Ft. Worth, Texas 




WARD, JOYCELYN 
San Saba, Texas 

WESTKAEMPER, RICHARD 
San Antonio, Texas 



WIGGINS, LEA 
Warren, Texas 



WILLIAMS, LEE VAUGHN 
Houston, Texas 

WOODBECK, CAROL EDWIN 
Jackson, Miss. 




WILLIAMS, IVAN 
Houston, Texas 



WOOLLS, GRACE 
Hondo, Texas 

YORK, ANN 

Littlefield, Texas 

ZAHN, GORDON WILSON 
Dallas, Texas 



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President 




JOE FISHER 
Vice-President 



PATRICIA GRAY 
Secretary 




ADAMS, MARGIE ANNE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

ALBRIGHT, JOSEPH FINLEY 
Tyler, Texas 

ALEXANDER, BETTY JO 
Dallas, Texas 

ALLEN, BILL YE VIRGINIA 
San Antonio, Texas 




ALLEY, MARY KATHRYN 
Eagle 'Lake, Texas 

ARMSTRONG, DORIS ANN 
San Antonio, Texas 

AULT, T. J. 

San Angela Texas 



AYCOCK, VIRGINIA 
San Antonio, Texas 

BAGGETT, BILLY JACK 
Lubbock, Texas 



BARFIELD, JOSEPHINE 
Hebbronville, Texas 



BARKER, WALTER DEAN 
Elmwood, Oklahoma 

BARTAK, MARIAN 
Houston, Texas 





BAILIFF, THOMAS LEE 
Carey, Texas 



BASS, SAMUEL OWEN 
Houston, Texas 

BEANE, LOIS 

Eagle Lake, Texas 

BELL, ELMINA 
Gregory, Texas 





BLOUNT, FRANCES 
Pectrsctll, Texas 

BOWDEN, OLGA 
Alice, Texas 



BLANK, EMMY LOU 
Georgetown, Texas 

BLAYLOCK, ROBERT ALVIE 
Waco, Texas 

BLEDSOE, BOB FRANK 
Hamlin, Texas 




BELL, JOHN THOMAS 
San Antonio, Texas 

BERKEY, JOHN ROLAND 
Sedalia, Missouri 

BETHEA, FRANCES 
Wharton, Texas 

BICKHAM, ARNOLD M. 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 



BRADBURY, DOROTHY 
Kilgore, Texas 




BRADLEY, GEORGE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

BRADLEY, MARYE LOUISE 
Houston, Texas 



BOX, EUEL 
Dallas, Texas 



BRANNEN, JOSEPH PATRICK 
Lake Jackson, Texas 

BREWER, LA JEAN 
Austin, Texas 

BROTZMAN, LLOYD GEORGE 
Rio Hondo, Texas 




BROWN, DEXTER 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

BROWN, HARVEY CARL 
Beaumont, Texas 

BRUMFIELD, JOYCE 
Houston, Texas 

BUDD, OTIS TOM 
San Antonio, Texas 



BURTON, UONEL NOBLE 
Pleasan'ton, Texas 




BURTON, RAYMOND GLEN 
Mt. Vernon, Texas 

BYFIELD, MOLLY GENE 
Llano, Texas 



CAMPBELL, DAVID LAWRENCE 
Providence, Rhode Island 

CAMPBELL, ROGER LEE 
Jackson, Mississippi 



CARLISLE, WRIGHT LAVILLE 
Ralls, Texas 



CARSON, D. HAROLD 
Malakoff, Texas 




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CANTRELL, BILLIE WARREN 
Abilene, Texas 



CARSON, ELAINE 
Luling, Texas 




CARTER, THOMAS E. 
Midland, Texas 

CARTWRIGHT, LEWIS M. 
California, Mississippi 

CESMIROSKY, LAWRENCE JOE 
Brazoria, Texas 






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CHADWICK, ANASUE 
Center, Texas 

CHANDLEE, WALTER F. 
St. Joseph, Missouri 

CHARLES, LEROY 
Jefferson, Iowa 

CHEEK, LEONA 
Ft. Worth, Texas 



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CHENAULT, JAMES E., JR. 
Houston, Texas 

CHESNUT, CHARLES L. 
Arnett, Oklahoma 

CHILDRESS, ROBERT W. 
Enid, Oklahoma 




CHRISTENSEN, ROLAND W. 
Burt, Iowa 

CHRISTENSEN, WALTER IVAN 
Greenfield, Iowa 



CLARK, REID 
Houston, Texas 



CLARK, AUBREY LINDAL 
Snyder, Texas 

COCHRAN, BOBBY LEE 
Pampa, Texas 

COCKE, HELEN 
Georgetown, Texas 



COFFMAN, JACK 
San Angela Texas 

COLEMAN, ROBERT E. 
Dallas, Texas 

COLLIER, MARIBEL 
Houston, Texas 




COLLINS, RAYMOND PRESSLY 
Denver, Colorado 

COLLINS, ROBERT ARTHUR 
Des Moines, Iowa 

COLLOPY, WILLIAM L. 
Eagle Grove, Iowa 

COOK, DORIS 
Houston, Texas 




COOK, JIMMY DEAN 
Council Bluffs, Iowa 

COOPER, BETTY FAYE 
Houston, Texas 

COSGROVE, FRANCIS 
Haverhill, Mass. 



CREECY, MOLLY BARCUS 
Ft. Worth, Texas 

CROOKE, JANET 
Conroe, Texas 



CROW, BETTYE 
Port Arthur, Texas 




CROSS, DOROTHY 
Houston, Texas 



CUNNINGHAM, CAROLYN 
Houston, Texas 

DALEY, JAMES DAVID 
Warrensburg, Missouri 




DAVENPORT, DAN 
San Antonio, Texas 

DAVENPORT, WALTER 
Marlin, Texas 

DAVIDSON, ANN 
Houston, Texas 



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DAVIDSON, ROGER E. 
Oakland, California 

DAVIS, DAWN MARIE 
San Antonio, Texas 

DAVIS, JOSEPH SHELTON 
Louisville, Ky. 

DE LA ROSA, LUIS 
Mexico City, Mexico 



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DENNIS, ROBERT FRANKLIN 
Rumford, Maine 

DENT, OUIDA MAE 
Timpson, Texas 

DESIREY, DONALD B. 
Clinton, Iowa 



DIMMITT, BEULAH MAE 
Beaumont, Texas 

DISERENS, ANNA MAE 
Cisco, Texas 



DONNELLEY, STANLEY 
Enid, Oklahoma 



DUFFY, BETTYE 
Houston, Texas 

DUNCAN, LUTHER FRANK 
Houston, Texas 



DODD, MARY ELLA 
Dallas, Texas 



DUNCAN, WALLACE 
Alpine, Texas 

DUNKIN, HOMER CLYDE, JR. 
Barnhardt, Texas 

DUNNAM, NORMA LEE 
Fostoria, Texas 




DUPREE, MARY BETH 
Lubbock, Texas 

DURDIN, BETTY JO 
Beaumont, Texas 

EADS, MARJORIE 
Georgetown, Texas 

EARHART, JOAN 
Houston, Texas 



EASTIN, FRANCES 
Orange, Texas 

EASTMAN, LOUIS SCOTT, JR. 
Lairdhill, Texas 

EDDLEMAN, MORGAN WILLIAM 
Norman, Oklahoma 




EDWARDS, EDWIN 
Marksville, La. 

ENER, MARCUS DWAIN 
Zavalla, Texas 



ESTILL, ROBERT LEE 
Covington, Okla. 



ETTER, DOROTHY 
Abilene, Texas 

EUBANKS, MURIEL 
Houston, Texas 




ERNST, CAROLINE 
San Antonio, Texas 



FAIN, HELEN 
Dallas, Texas 

FAIRBETTER, MARILYN 
Boyd, Texas 

FARLEY, ELLIE MARIE 
Texas. City, Texas 



FERRIS, JAMES GEORGE 
Austin, Texas 

FEUOUAY, NEIL PRICE 
Enid, Oklahoma 




FELLER, VERLON ELI 
San Benito, Texas 

FERENCZ, DOLORES 
Cleveland, Ohio 

FERGUSON, BETTY 
Newgulf, Texas 

FERGUSON, DONALD 
Brownsville, Texas 



FITZGERALD, DONALD ALLEN 
Zachary, La. 



FORD, ROBERT MALCOLM 
Memphis, Tenn. 

FOSTER, DONNA JANE 
Hunt, Texas 






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FRAZER, JOE 

San Antonio, Texas 




FRAZIER, HOWARD CALVIN 
Houston, Texas 

FRILEN, BARBARA HELEN 
Dallas, Texas 



FOSTER, WYLIE DOYLE 
Channelview, Texas 



FRANG, ROY 
Bay City, Texas 

GAMBRELL, JOHN BREWSTER 
Austin, Texas 

GAMMILL, THOMAS GARDNER 
Houston, Texas 




GARDNER, JOHN MANN 
Moody, Texas 

3ARRISON,CHARLES CLAYTON 
Elkhart, Texas 

^AY, NEWELL F. 
Houston, Texas 

SILLIAM, CAMP 
Floresville, Texas 



GOETZEL, KENNETH WESLEY 
Poteet, Texas 

GOLTER, BOB J. 
Houston, Texas 

GRANT, WALTER WILLIAM 
Lakeville, Mass. 




GRATZ, BARBARA 
Raymondville, Texas 

GRAY, PATRICIA 
San Saba, Texas 



GREGGS, ROBERT CAVITT 
Pawhuska, Oklahoma 



GRIFFITH, H. E. 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 

GUINN, BERT 
Pharr, Texas 




GREEN, LA VINA 
Ganado, Texas 



GUNDERSON, SIGURD LYNN 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 

GUNTER, JUNE 
San Angela Texas 

GUSTAFSON, DORIS 
Georgetown, Texas 




HALL, KENNETH 
Wilson, Oklahoma 

HAMM, DONALD IVAN 
Clinton, Oklahoma 

HAMRIC, BOBBY 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

HANCOCK, EARLE 
Marlin, Texas 



HANSON, ROX ANN 
Houston, Texas 

HARDGRAVE, SHIRLEY 
Palestine, Texas 

HARDIN, MIMA JEANNE 
Bryan, Texas 





HARPER, THOMAS EUGENE 
Kilgore, Texas 

HARRELL, DEAN OTIS 
Albuquerque, N.M. 



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HARRISON, PAUL KENNETH 
Longview, Texas 




HARRIS, DANIEL RICHARD 
Albany, Texas 



HENDERSON, DOROTHY 
Beaumont, Texas 

HENDERSON, MARY 
Pasadena, Texas 

HENRY, ROY 
Hearne, Texas 




HARTLEY, LORA NELL 
Floydada, Texas 

HEACOCK, EDWARD 
Laredo, Texas 



HILL, BARBARA 
El Paso, Texas 

HILL, ELAINE 
Holland, Texas 

HINSEY, NORRIS BRUCE, JR. 
Ft. Stockton, Texas 

HOBBS, JAMES SCOTT 
Brady, Texas 



HOPKINS, JOSEPH ALLYN 
Corsicana, Texas 

HOWARD, FAYDELLE 
Seguin, Texas 

HUBBARD, MARY 
Wink, Texas 




HUDSON, WELDON REEVES 
College Station, Texas 

HUMPHREY, MARGIE ANN 
Georgetown, Texas 



HUNT, MARJORIE 
Angleton, Texas 



HUNTER, PERMELIA 
San Antonio, Texas 

HUTSON, BILLIE RAY 
Wilson, Oklahoma 




HUNT, ALBERT F. 
Gregory, Texas 



INGRAM, THOMAS C. 
Lubbock, Texas 

JACKSON, LEIGH 
Harlingen, Texas 

JACKSON, WELDON EWING 
Waco, Texas 





JANSSEN, IVAN WALTER 
Fairmont, Oklahoma 

IOBE, CARL YATES 
Sweetwater, Texas 

JOHNSON, BARRY FRANKLIN 
Big Foot, Texas 

JONAS, JAMES ROBERT 
Van, Texas 



JOSEPH, ELIZABETH 
Harlingen, Texas 

JUDSON, JACK, JR. 
Laredo, Texas 

KEELER, WILLIAM A. 
Brownwood, Texas 



KEEN, BETTY JOYCE 
Houston, Texas 

KERN, JANE 

Palestine, Texas 



KEYES, MOLLIE 
San Angelo, Texas 











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KIRBY, YVONNE 
Beaumont, Texas 

KIRKSCEY, TOM DUPREE 
Lott, Texas 



KEY, LOIS ANN 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



KIRSCH, BARBARA 
Houston, Texas 

KOEPKE, HARRY DITTMAR 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

LANDERS, LOUISE 
Cia Consolidada de 
Petrolea Maturin 
Monogas, Venezuela 




LANDER, WILLIAM J. 
Houston, Texas 

LEE, CALVIN HENRY 
Marland, Oklahoma 

LEE, LEONARD EDWARD 
Albuquerque, N.M. 

LEON, BARBARA 
Lubbock, Texas 



LEYERETT, DEMA LOU 
Conroe, Texas 

LEWIS, ALAN GINN 
Sprinqfield, Mass. 

LONG, JAMES R. 

Oklahoma City, Okla 




LOVE, PEGGY 
Houston, Texas 

LYNCH, RICHARD CHARLES 
Hondo, Texas 



McCLARY, MARTHA LOUISE 
Houston, Texas 



McCOLLOCH, ROBERT CLEM 
Placentia, California 

McCREIGHT, BETTY 
Houston, Texas 




McBRIDE, WINI SUE 
Fredericksburq, Texas 



McCUTCHEON, JOHN HUGH 
Providence, Rhode Island 

McDANIEL, GEORGIA 
Houston, Texas 

McFARLAND, KENT LEON 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 




McGAUGHY, THOMAS E. 
San Antonio, Texas 

McGOUGH, CHARLES ELGIN 
San Angelo, Texas 

McGUIRE, CECIL BRINE, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 

McKINLEY, DAVID KENNETH 
Glendale, California 



McMILLEN, CHARLES EDWARD 
Gladewater, Texas 

MAHON, GEORGE DIXON 
Kerrville, Texas 

MAKLER, HOWARD M. 
Tucson, Arizona 



MARSHALL, BEVERLY 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

MARSHALL, BILL JACK 
Brady, Texas 



MATLOCK, JULIA 
San Angelo, Texas 




MATTHEWS, CHARLES B. 
Burbank, California 

MATTHEWS, JUDY 
Houston, Texas 



MARTINDALE, CLARA SUE 
Jasper, Texas 



MEDLEY, HAROLD DAVID 
Georgetown, Texas 

MEITZEN, JO LOU 
Dickinson, Texas 

MENDENHALL, MILDRED 
Georgetown, Texas 




MENDES, RAOUL VINCENT 
Sagamore, Mass. 

MEREDITH, LAWRENCE 
Dallas, Texas 

MEYER, DOUGLAS EUGENE 
Houston, Texas 

MINER, FRANCES 
Ft. Worth, Texas 




MIRON, BERNARD 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 

MITCHELL, JACK H. 
Kansas City, Missouri 

MITCHELL, BILLY 
Marshall, Texas 



MOODY, MARILYN 
Houston, Texas 

MOORE, WARNER CONRAD 
White Water, California 



MORRIS, JOYCE 
Houston, Texas 




MORRIS, SHIRLEY 

College Station, Texas 

MOSES, J. ROY, JR. 
Sinton, Texas 



MOORE, WESLEY ALLEN 
Woodward, Okla. 




MUENNICK, LAURA ANN 
Hondo, Texas 

MUSKE, JEANNE 
Victoria, Texas 

NEDELL, JACK W. 
Hollywood, California 



NICHOLSON, JEROME EDWARD 
Omaha, Nebraska 

NORMAN, ROBERT DEAN 
Joplin, Missouri 

NORTON, JOHN J. 
Houston, Texas 




NELSON, GEORGE EDWARD! 
Taylor, Texas 

NELSON, WILBURN E. 
Ingleside, Texas 

NEWMAN, JANIS 
Cleveland, Texas 

NICHOLS, PAUL EDWARD 
El Paso, Texas 



ORR, FRANK 

West Columbia, Texas 

PAGEL, WARREN 
Gonzales, Texas 



PARNELL, BETTY 
San Diego, Calif. 



PATE, ROBERT JACKSON 
Woodville, Texas 

PEARSON, JOHN HENRY 
Tyler, Texas 



PARKS, KENNETH DALE 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 



PEEPLES, MILTON 
Roby, Texas 

PERKINS, BOBBIE 
Lampasas, Texas 

PETERSON, RALPH THOMAS 
Cherokee, Okla. 




PHILLIPS, MARY EARLEEN 
Junction, Texas 

PICKEL, ANN 
Houston, Texas 

POOL.GEORGE WASHINGTON 
Dallas, Texas 

POWELL, BETTY ANN 
Beaumont, Texas 



PRICE, WILLIAM HAROLD 
Midland, Texas 

PUCKETT, JULIA 
Mineola, Texas 

PYE, ALLEN EDWARD 
El Paso, Texas 




OUARG, WILLIAM FREDERICK 
San Mateo, California 

RAGSDALE, OLETA 
San Saba, Texas 



RATLIFF, HARRY O. 
Cold Springs, Okla. 



REAVES, ANNAJO 
Holliday, Texas 

RECORD, RALPH VERNON 
Hearne, Texas 




RATH, OTTO CAMPBELL 
Mesilla Park, N.M. 



REDDIN, JAMES BURNON 
Austin, Texas 

REDKEY, MARJORIE ANN 
Houston, Texas 

REEVES, BOBBY EARL 
Edinburg, Texas 



RICKARD, MARY CHRISTO 
Taylor, Texas 

RIGGS, WILFRED R, JR. 
San Francisco, California 

RISTER, MILTON ARTHUR 
Granger, Texas 




REEVES, MAE YVONNE 
San Augustine, Texas 

REGAN, LEO A. 
San Antonio, Texas 

RHODES, JOYCE 
Georgetown, Texas 

RICHARDSON, PERRY DEAN 
Houston, Texas 



RIVET, BETTYE JO 
Beaumont, Texas 

ROBERTSON, HOMER DONALS 
San Angelo, Texas 



ROGERS, FRED TIPPS 
Lubbock, Texas 



ROGERS, MILDRED 
Georgetown, Texas 

RUSH, STANLEY LEVI 
Pawhuska, Okla. 



ROBERTSON, TRAVIS 
Port Arthur, Texas 



RYAN, TERRENCE A. 
Houston, Texas 

SAUNDERS, JOHN THOMAS 
Wetmore, Texas 

SAYERS, ISOBEL TRESA 
Bryan, Texas 




SCHICK, JAMES ANDREW 
Houston, Texas 

SCHMIDT, EVELYN 
Crosby, Texas 

SCHOCK, JAMES IRWIN 
Kingston, Rhode Island 

SHAW, JOHN SIESS 
Baton Rouge, La. 










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SHRODE, ROY GENE 
Sulphur Springs, Texas 

SKILLERN, DONALD 
Lufkin, Texas 

SMITH, BILLY JAMES 
Yucaipa, California 




SPANN, EDWIN RUSSELL 
San Antonio, Texas 




SMITH, ERMA CAROL 
Brownsville, Texas " 

SMITH, JACK 
Keltys, Texas 




SPANN, HAROLD GLEN 
Gladewater, Texas 

SPARR, DICK 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



SMITH, RAYMOND CLYDE 
Port Neches, Texas 




SPELLMAN, NORMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 

SPENCE, DOUGLAS 
Pasadena, California 

SPILMAN, MARGARET 
Raymondville, Texas 



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STONE, EDWARD 
Alameda, California 

STONE, FRANCES 
Dallas, Texas 



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STEEN, BARBARA 
Lake Charles, La. 

STEWART, SUSIE 
Geneva, Texas 

STIMSON, TOMMY 
Dallas, Texas 



SPIVA, GEORGE 
Joplin, Missouri 

STANFORD, DAVID M. 
Breckenridge, Texas 

STANLEY, BESS JOAN 
Midland, Texas 

STARK, WAYNE B., JR. 
Friona, Texas 



STRATHERN, CLIFTON 
Hanson, Mass. 



TAYLOR, BENA RAY 
Junction, Texas 

THAYER, LUCIUS H. 
West Newton, Mass. 



STONE, JIM ED 
Ada, Oklahoma 



THIBEAULT, DONALD 
Sanford, Maine 

THOMAS, TERRY LEIGH 
Meridian, Miss. 

THOMPSON, TED BURTON 
Austin, Texas 




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THOUIN, WESLEY JULIAN 
Easthampton, Mass. 

TIDWELL, JAMES WARREN 
Long Beach California 

TIMS, PATRICK 
Gainesville, Texas 

TRAGESER, PATRICIA 
Beaumont, Texas 



TUCKER, MARY ALICE 
Nacogdoches, Texas 

TUREK, ROBERT FOX 
Pierce, Nebraska 

VAUGHN, FRANCIS 
Bay City, Texas 




VERNON, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 
Albany, Texas 

VICK, MARY ANN 
San Antonio, Texas 



WADDELL, OUIDA 
Hempstead, Texas 



WALKER, FRANCES 
Lolita, Texas 

WALKER, MARI HANNAH 
Columbus, Texas 




VIERTEL, ARTHUR LEE 
Moran, Texas 



WALKER, FRANCES 
Lytle, Texas 

WALLINGFORD, FLORENCE 
Hempstead, Texas 

WALTRIP, BURROUGHS 
Austin, Texas 





WELBORN, JACKIE 
Palestine, Texas 

WELLS, JIMMY 
Stamford, Texas 

WENDT, VIVIAN 
Logansport, La. 



WARFIELD, LEMUEL 
Baltimore, Md. 

WARNOCK, MARY FLO 
Ft. Stockton, Texas 

WEAVER, H. BINFORD 
Navasota, Texas 

WEISS, BEN 

Goldthwaite, Texas 




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WESTON, JOHN 
Raytown, Missouri 

WETZEL, WILLIAM SAMUEL 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 



WILCOX, ROBERT P., JR. 
Eagle Lake, Texas 

WILKERSON, HANEY LAM*AR 
Houston, Texas 




WHITE, EDWARD PATRICK 
Mobile, Ala. 



WILLIAMS, MARTHA JANE 
Alvin, Texas 

WILLIAMS, BARNEY 
Indian Head, Md. 

WILSON, BETTYE JEAN 
Richmond, Texas 



WIESE, OLA MAE 
Lissie, Texas 





WINSLOW, EDWARD K. 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 

WISDOM, WARREN BACON 
Terrell, Texas 

WITHERS, HATTIE LEE 
Orange, Texas 

WITHERS, W. C. 
Port Arthur, Texas 



WOBBER, DONALD ROGER 
San Francisco, Calif. 

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WOODBURN, WILLIAM CHARLES 
Washington, D.C. 

WOODMANSEE, DONALD RAY 
Cherokee, Oklahoma 




WOOLDRIDGE, EDMONA 
Conroe, Texas 

WORLEY, EARLE FREDERICK 
Hopewell, Va. 



YOUNG, ELBERT 
Edna, Texas 



YOUNG, RUTH 

Georgetown, Texas 

YOUNG, SHIRLEY ROSS 
Houston, Texas 




WYATT, CAROLYN MARIE 
Texas City, Texas 



ZAJCHOWSKI, JOSEPH STANLEY 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

ZERR, DORIS MAE 
Hondo, Texas 

DAVIS, R. H. 

Denver, Colorado 



MEDLIN, OSCAR, JR. 
Karnack, Texas 

NORTON, BAKER 
May, Texas 




PARTLOW, CHARLES 
Georgetown, Texas 



FARMER, JOHN 
Evant, Texas 

HUNT, FLOYD F. 
Taft, Texas 

KAZMEIER, HAZEL 
Bryan, Texas 



TOLBERT, ROBERT LEON 
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma 



TURNER, BOBBY EUGENE 
Arlington, Texas 

WALKER, DANIEL 
Beaumont, Texas 




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STAFF 

Jane Hallauer Editor-in-Chief 

Sue Bethany .. Assistant Editor 

Tommy Miles .. Assistant Editor 

Maribel Collier .. Art Editor 

Camp Gilliam .. Sports Editor 

Bob Coleman . . Ass't Sports Editor 

G. B. Wolcott .. .. Faculty Advisor 

M. H. Knox Business Manager 



ASSISTANTS 

Nancy Cannell, Joan Ear- 
hart, Doris Cook, Tony Ed- 
wards, Dolores Duerson, 
Mary Helen Baker, Delia 
Mae Pepper, Jacksie 
Ritcheson, Linda Wallace, 
Beverly Marshall, Mary 
Alice Tucker. 





The SOU'WESTER tries 
to present to its readers a 
pictorial review of student 
life and the history, the 
membership, and the pur- 
pose of the various or- 
ganizations. 







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STAFF 

Judy Matthews Editor-in-Chief 

Doris Cook Associate Editor 

M. E. Fox Faculty Sponsor 



ASSISTANTS 

Mary Jane Trammell, Clifton Strathern, Evelyn 
Schmidt, "Edward Proctor, Harvey McDonald, 
John McCutcheon, Barbara Hunt, John Howell, 
George Hilton, Leona Cheek, Raymond Boyiski, 
Camp Gilliam, Dot Cross, Bernice Murray. 



THE SOUTHWESTERN MAGAZINE is a 
monthly publication composed of the lit- 
erary efforts of the students and ex- 
students of the campus. In it may be 
found poems, short stories, articles, regu- 
lar columns, and cartoons. 



MEGAPHONE 

Weekly Publication of Texas' Oldest Univ^ 




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FALL SEMESTER CABINET 



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The Student Christian Association is, an organization of students under the 
supervision of the Campus-Church Relations Committee, which has general 
charge of all religious activities on the campus. 

Throughout the year the Association has sponsored prominent speakers, 
worship services, weekly vespers, and recreation in the form of brush burn- 
ings, picnics, and possum hunts. 



SPRING SEMESTER CABINET 





First Row: Zajchowski, Garrison, Christensen, Pennington, Cartwright, Baker, Bloomfield, Roth, Strathern, Lewis, Price, 

Brucks. 
Second Row: Kinney, Bickham, Griffith, Wells, Janssen, Edgar, Turek, Gammill, Rath, Gambrell, Lawrence, Green. 
Third Row: Foster, Sanders, Nicholson, Hamner, Koepke, McFarland, Edmundson, Jorgensen, Norton, Myron, Smith, Bowles. 
Fourth Row: Lawson, Barton, McClure, Charles, Sprinkel, Tims, Hunt, Fuller, Clark, Young, Quarg. 



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Frist Row: Meyer, Rowe, Heacock, Young, Peterson, Spellman, Adkins, Meredith. 
Second Row: Leon, Lipps, Williams, Sneed, Barfield, Duncan, Richardson, Pagel. 
Third Row: Simmons, Cannell, Carson, Dodd, Howard, Ferguson, Thompson. 



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First Row: Cone, Cannell, Dent, Booker, Ryan, Knox, Simmons, Cunningham, Cannan, Hagopian, Went, McBride, 

Bruck- Chandler, Ragsdale, Schmidt, Aycock, Edwards, Watson. 
Second Row: Hardwick, Stoker, Redky, Meitzen, Howard, Walker, Welbume, Etter, Reaves, Trammel, Davis, 

Lane, Hunter, Joseph, .Simons, McDaniel, Bethany, McCreight, Young. 



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ROBERT EMERSON COLEMAN . .. Fiery Orator 



ROBERT L. OGLESBY. 



Expert Rebuttalist 



The distinguished Southwestern debate team, composed of the clever and able pair, Robert L. 
Oglesby and Robert Emerson Coleman, spread the already famous name of Southwestern University 
throughout the entire Southwest. The string of victories — 17 wins out of 23 debates—hung up by this 
learned team, merely serves to emphasize their superior ability as debaters. 

Coleman, three-year star debate letterman at Sunset High of Dallas, and Oglesby, former ace debater 
at Denison High School and at Southern Methodist University, collaborated during the '45 season to 
down such schools as Tulsa University, the University of Arkansas, Louisiana State, Baylor University, 
Arkansas State Teachers College, A. & I., A. C. C, Trinity. Both will return to the debate wars in 1946 
and are expected to bring still greater speech honors to Southwestern. 






REAGAN CATES 
President 



CHARLES STEWART 
Vice-President 



JEWEL BORDERS 
Secretary 



FALL SEMESTER 



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SPRING SEMESTER 



JIM FRANCIS 
President 



JOHN ULREY 
Vice-President 



JOCELYN WARD 
Secretary 





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First Row: Abbott, Duerson, Dusek, Evans, Goiter. 
Second Row: Gray, Hamric, Henley, Howard, Jones. 
Third Row: Lipps, Mayes, Sholars, Wilson, Woolls. 



The Student Senate is composed of representatives from the various 
classes and organizations on the campus. Meetings are called once a 
month by the Student President, who acts as chairman for the body. It is 
the duty of the Senate to nominate candidates for all school elections and 
to perform the usual duties of a legislative organization. 




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First Row: Barber, Beaver, Duerson, Gatlin. 

Second Row: Henley, Loudon, Munson, Richardson. 

Third Row: Sholars, St. Clair, Strasburger, Tidwell. 



OFFICERS 

President Alef Henley 

Vice-Presiderrt Virginia St. Clair 

Secretary , Jean Sholars 



The Alpha Chi is Southwestern' s chapter of the national collegiate honor 
society and is the mother chapter of this order of collegiate scholarship. 
The purpose of Alpha Chi is to stimulate, develop, and recognize scholar- 
ship and those elements of character which make scholarship effective. Its 
members are elected from the upper tenth in scholastic standing of the 
Junior and Senior Classes. 



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First Row: Borders, Bryant, Cates, Elhert, Heck, Henley. 

Second Row: Larsen, Mason, Nesbit, St. Clair, Schnabel, Sisserson. 

Third Row: Stewart, Tidwell, Tooley, Underwood, Young. 



Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities was organized to 
give recognition to the outstanding students on the college and university 
campuses throughout the United States. A committee composed of the faculty 
selected the members from Southwestern. Eligibility is based upon the stu- 
dent's character, scholarship, honors attained and the extra-curricular activities 
in which the student participated. Each person's biography will appear in 
rhe book titled, "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." 



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First Row: Allport, Barber, Barcus, Beaver, Birdwell, Blackman, Borders, Boyd, Brown, Burford. 

Second Row: Carroll, Conquest, Cooper, Davis, DeWald, Dusek, Goodenough, "Hallauer, Henley, Howe. 

Third Row: Isbell, Jamison, Johnson, Little, McCreless, Miles, Moses, Paul, Phillips, Porter. 

Fourth Row: Richardson, St. Clair, Simmons, Sholars, Smith, Sneed, Stoker, Strasburg, Tidwell, Tumlinson. 

Fifth Row: Tyson, Walker, Ward, Finch, Fox, Hester, Luksa, Lundblad, McNeill, Medley. 

Sixth Row: Mendenhall, Millholin, Schmidt, Score, Springer, Thompson, Waggoner, Williams, Wright. 



OFFICERS 

President -■ Tommy Miles 

Vice-President Marianne Barcus 

Secretary Peggy Copper 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national social science honor society, the object of 
which is to promote extended activity toward the solution of all human prob- 
lems. The organization stresses high scholastic rating and aptitude in the 
fields of the various social sciences. 



Pi Qamma Mu 



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First Row: Albright, Beane, Blodzinski, Booth, Cannell, Davis, Duncan. 
Second Row: Fogg, Hardt, McCreless, Marshall, Meredith, Parnell, Pierson. 
Third Row: Peck Pye, Richards, Strickland, Thayer, Tidwell, Tippet. 
Fourth Row: Tyson, Wilcox, Bigelow, Blank, Brown, Culbertson, Friesen. 
Fifth Row: Godbey, Tisdale, Whitemore, Wilcox, Wolcott. 



The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced students 
who have certain scholarship qualifications. One advanced course in Biology, 
Chemistry, Physics, or Mathematics is required, and a second course in one 
of these subjects must be in progress. The purpose of the society is the pro- 
motion of the scientific spirit in the lives of individuals. Regular monthly 
meetings are held for programs and business. The society is very active 
locally, and also attempted the advancement of science, in the state. This 
organization is affiliated with the Texas Academy of Science and with the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. 



OFFICERS 

President Charles Peck 

Secretary-Treasurer Lois Beane 



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First Row: Allen, Aycock, Bctrbar, Barfield, Birdwell, Brewer, Carroll, Crooke. 
Second Row: Davis, Dodd, Duffy, Gordon, Gray, Halloran, Henderson, Henley. 
Third Row: Jamison, Jennings, Joseph, Keen, Keyes, Little, McClain, McCreighf. 
Fourth Row: -Meador, Minor, Moses, Murray, Muske, Payne, Paul, Pranglin. 
Fifth Row: Robertson, Ross, Stone, Tyson, Vick, Ward, Woolls, Young. 



OFFICERS 

President Annette Carroll 

Vice-President Billie Ruth Tyson 

Secretary Senora Paul 



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First Row: Barcus, Bartak, Bartley, Bell, Blank, Bradley, Collier, Cone. 

Second Row: Creecy, Davis, De la Rosa, Dolan, Duffy, Eads, Easley, Hamric. 

Third Row: Hardt, Hill, Howard, Jackson, Larsen, McClary, Matlock, Meador. 

Fourth Row: Mendenhall, Miles, Heacock, Pepper, Pool, Rosene, Ross, Shipp. 

Fifth Row: Stanford, Tegart, Thompson, Tidwell, Wallingford, Ward, Williams, Woodruff, Wyatt. 

OFFICERS 

President Louis de la Rosa 

Vice-President Roy Fuller 

Secretary _. Pat Dolan 

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First Row: Bell, Brucks, Chandler, Dent, Fogg. 

Second Row: Hedrick, Knox, Leon, Lipps, Ryan. 

Third Row: Sneed, Strasburger, Thompson, Watson, York. 

Not pictured above: Caswell, Coman, Munson, Scoggins, Thompson, Shepperd. 



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First Row: Atkins, Bradley, Coleman, Cox, Davis, Feller, Fore. 
Second Row: Goiter, Heacock, Howard, Louden, Meredith, Meyer, Moore. 
Third Row: Pate, Peterson, Pagel, Richardson, Sneed, Spann, Spann. 
Fourth Row: Spellman, Thouin, Berquist, Finch, Knox, Schmidt, Score. 



OFFICERS 

President Bob Coleman 

Vice-President Verlon Feller 

Secretary ^ Bob Pate 



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who have as their goal the advancement of the church through a life of service 
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OFFICERS 

President Howard Young 

Vice-President — Dolores. Dureson 

Secretary Caroline Birdwell 

Treasurer ..__ ...„, — ,— . lane Hallauer 

Business Manager Billie Ruth Tyson 




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MEMBERSHIP OF THE MASK AND WIG 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 
Irene Barber 
Marian Bartak 
Frances Bethea 
Caroline Birdwell 
Emmy Lou Blank 
Frances Blaunt 
Pat Brabham 
Sue Chadwick 
Leona Cheek 
Helen Cacke 
Bob Coleman 
Maribel Collier 
Bettye Crow 
Ruth Marie Davis 
Beulah Mae Dimmitt 
Dolores Duerson 
Norma Lee Dunnam 
Joan Earhart 
Marilyn Fairbetter 
Tommy Gammell 
Mildred Gatlin 
Bob Goulter 



Jane Hallauer 
Annanelle Hardt 
Alef Henley 
Jo Lorraine Horner 
Ernest Howard 
Pam Hunter 
Margaret Jennings 
Molly Keyes 
Sue Lane 
Dixie Larsen 
Wini Sue McBride 
Bob Martin 
Tommy Miles 
Bernice Murray 
Bernice Nelson 
Sonny Paul 
Delia Mae Pepper 
Stanford Pitts 
Betty Ann Powell 
Ralph Record 
Jacksie Ritcheson 
Francis Robertson 
Lois Ann Schnabel 



Ednanne Sexton 
Jack Smith 
Charlsie Smith 
Barbara Steen 
Winfrey Stasburger 
Bean Taylor 
Mary Alice Tucker 
Martha Tumlinson 
Billie Ruth Tyson 
Frankie Vaughn 
Mary Ann Vick 
Betty Pat Warthen 
Martha Jane Williams 
Howard Young 
Ruth Young 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Jerry Bell 

Taffy Armstrong 

George Bradley 

Frances Cone 

Bettye Duffy 

Martha Easley 



Joe Fisher 
Marie Fogg 
Frances Grunewald 
Mima Jean Hardin 
Sue Martindale 
Mildred Mendenhall 
Larry Meredith 
Frances Miner 
Charles Parr 
Bobbie Perkins 
Ann Pickel 
Oleta Ragsdale 
Annajo Reeves 
Vernon Slover 
Guy Smith 
Susie Stewart 
Pat Tegart 
Wesley Thovin 
Linda Wallace 
Flo Warnock 
Ola Mae Weise 
Vivian Wendt 
Shirley Young 




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First Row: Cannan, Conquest, Davis, Ernst. 
Second Row: Ferguson, Nelson, Rickard, Pepper. 

Not appearing above: McClary, Zerr. 

OFFICERS 

President Delia Mae Pepper 

Vice-President Bernice Nelson 

Secreary Doris Zerr 

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First Row: Barfield, Burford, Cannell, Cross, Davis, Dimmitt. 
Second Row: Durdin, Fairbetter, Hahn, Hardin, Holmes, Hunter. 
Third Row: Isbell, Key, Keyes, Miner, Porter, Reeves. 
Fourth Row: Rives, Slover, Stoker, Watson, Willman. 



OFFICERS 

President Peggy Isbell 

Vice-President Ruth Marie Davis 

Secretary Barbara Hunt 




First Row: Boyd, Cannctn, Fore, Goiter. 

Second Row: Gruenewald, Hardt, Pepper, Porter. 

Third Row: Richardson, Sparr, Stralton, Tidwell. 



OFFICERS 

President Sumner Stralton 

Secretary Frances Gruenewald 



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First Row: Borders, Brown, Cates, Francis, Henley. 
Second Row: McKivett, Paul, Pitts, Record, St. Clair. 
Third Row: Schnabel, Smith, Stewart, Wilson. 

OFFICERS 

President Regan Cates 

Vice-President .". Jim Francis 

Secretary Alef Henley 

PoA^JnelUmc Council 




First Row: Aycock, Baker, Barfield, Bethany, Blackman, Brabham, Bradley. 
Second Row: Brown, Brumfield, Cannell, Cone, Collier, Connolly, Cook. 
Third Row: Cross, Cunningham, Dolan, Duerson, Earhardt, Eastin, Edwards. 
Fourth Row: Feaster, Farris, Gee, Hallauer, Hardin, Heck, Hedrick. 
Fifth Row: Horner, Humphrey, Hunter, Jackson, Jennings. 



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First Row: Joseph, Marshall, Mason, Matthews, Morris, Morris, Mason. 

Second Row: McCreight, McDaniel, Overton, Pickel, Powell, Rhodes, Richardson. 

Third Row: Ritcheson, Rogers, Sexton, Schnabel, Simmons, Smith, Sneed. 

Fourth Row: Sneed, Steen, Stuart, Switzer, Tucker, Tyson, Wallace. 

Fifth Row: Walker, Walker, Warthen, Wise, Young. 



OFFICERS 

President Lois Anne Schnabel 

Vice-President Dolores Duerson 

Secretary Mary Fay Richardson 

Treasurer lane Hallauer 




First Row: Barnett, Cates, Coffman, Dusek, Gardener. 
Second Row: Hamric, Martin, Northway, Pickard, Stanford. 
Third Row: Tooley, Ulrey, Wells, Wilson, Young. 

OFFICERS 

President Melvin Dusel 

Vice-President John Ulrey 

Secretary : Bill Northway 

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First Row: Allport, Beaver, Brewer, Brown, Burnam, Byfield, Carroll, Comin, Crow. 
Second Row: Dodd, Easley, Etter, Evans, Gray, Halloran, Holmes, Hull, Hutchinson. 
Third Row: Jackson, Knox, Lane, Lipps, Little, Losh, Loykasek, Moore, Muske. 
Fourth Row: Nolan, Matlock, Robinson, St. Clair, Sholars, Sholars, Slover, Stone, Thompson. 
Fifth Row: Vaughn, Waddell, Wallingford, Ward, Waugh, Woolls, Woolls, Woolridge. 



OFFICERS 

President Virginia St. Clair 

Vice-President Dorothy Jane Little 

Secretary Emily Brown 

Treasurer Beth Sholars 

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First Row: Bare, Bowen, Bradley, Brannen, Clay, Flores. 
Second Row: Francis, Frazer, Gatlin, Hatch, Leary, Mcllroy. 
Third Row: Medley, Moreland, Munden, Pye, Rambil, Salley. 
Fourth Row: Scoggins, Schokley, Smith, Stewart, Williams. 

OFFICERS 

President Jim Francis 

Vice-President Jack Coman 

Secretary George Bradley 

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First Row: Booker, Cheek, Cocke, Dent, Durdin, Eads. 
Second Row: Ferenez, Gustafson, Horrigan, Howard, Hunt, Kirsh. 
Third Row: Lord, Mendenhall, Millholin, Muennick, Pucket, Reeves. 
Fourth Row: Sayers, Shipp, Trammell, Wiggins, Wright. 



OFFICERS 

President Mary Jane Trammell 

Vice-President __ Mildred Mendenhall 

Secretary Yvonne Reeves 

Treasurer Carolyn Booker 




First Row: Anding, Armstrong, Barcus, Barber, Bethea, Blount, Bowden, Brucks, Burford. 

Second Row: Ceirco, Cain, Chadwick, Cohen, Davis, Duffy, Fogg, Fogg, Gratz. 

Third Row: Henley, Hubbard, Isbell, Keen, Keyes, Knipp, Leverett, Love, McCreless, Meador. 

Fourth Row: Miner, Moody, Moses, Murphy, Murray, Nance, Paul, Perkins. 

Fifth Row: Praglin, Ragsdale, Strasburger, Tippett, Towler, Tumlinson, Woodruff. 



OFFICERS 

President Alef Henley 

Vice-President Senora Paul 

Secretary Peggy Isbell 

Treasurer Marilyn Moses 

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First Row: Daily, Davenport, Gammill, Hancock, Henry. 
Second Row: Howard, Lawrence, Lundblad, Miles, Mitchell. 
Third Row: Nelson, Nowland, Pitts, Pool, Ouarg. 
Fourth Row: Record, Skillern, Smith, Wobber, Young. 



OFFICERS 

President Ralph Record 

Vice-President Jack Smith 

Secretary Roy Henry 

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First Row: Abbott, Allen, Babb, Bartlett, Blank, Borders, Bradbury, Carter. 

Second Row: Chandler, Courtney, Creecy, Crooke, Cruse, Dimmitt, Dunnam, Dupree. 

Third Row: Eddins, Eichelberger, Gordon, Grimes, Hardgraves, Henderson, Hill, Jamison. 

Fourth Row: Johnson, McBride, McCullough, McKivett, Mackey, Mayes, Ross, Palmer. 

Fifth Row: Palmer, Phillips, Richards, Robertson, Simons, Sisserson, Sistrunk, Wellborn, Vick. 

OFFICERS 

President .._ Patricia Mackey 

Vice-President Virginia Palmer 

Secretary Peggy Phillips 

Treasurer Naida Richards 

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First Row: Orr, Holloway, Chafin, Guinn, Gilliam, Evans. 

Second Row: Davenport, DeWald, Dailey, Cleavenger, Blodzinski, Bare. 

Third Row: Francis, Hamric, Jones, Kirkscey, Poteet. 

Fourth Row: Ruthstrom, Ulrey, Vernon, Walton, Wells. 



OFFICERS 

President Eddie Blodzinski 

Vice-President Ted Bare 

Secretary . Sam Cleavenger 



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First Row: Blctskwood, Barzizct, Salley. 

Second Row: Blodzinski, Ruthstrom, Taylor. 

Third Row: Carson, Hamric, Jordon, Flores, Robertson, Young, Poteet, Horton, Nelson, Kirksey, Jonas. 

Fifth Row: Box, Ward, Turner, Oreschmigg, Hancock, Coleman, Davenport, Harrell, Walton, M. Habie, 

R. Habie, Chafin. 
Sixth Row: Moore, Jones, Jones, Viertel, Riddle, Leary, Williams, Jordan, Orr, Evans. 

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The '45 gridiron season of the Pirates proved to be most significant; it provided the changeover from a 
near-complete Navy team to a Civilian basis. In another sense, it was a "Building" year. The Pirates, 
with many new recruits taken from the high school teams of the state, won only two games while losing six 
and tying one. While the season was not victorious, it laid the ground work for better, more experienced 
teams in the postwar days. 

On July 8, 1945, Coach Medley held his first practice session. Few experienced lads were back, and 
athletes just out of high school were called upon to fill in the gaps. "Swede" Ruthstrom, Joe Evans, Ernest 
DeWald, H. K. Allen, Dick Westkaemper, Bryan Taylor, Eddie Blodzinski, Dan Davenport, and Bob Hollo- 
way furnished the nucleus around which the team was patterned. 

First on the Pirates' tough schedule was Bergstrom Field. Publicized as one of the best service teams 
in the nation, the Carriers were heavy favorites. The plucky Pirates fought determinedly, however, and 
while leading during most of the game, were forced to submit to a tie late in the ball game. "Swede" Ruth- 
strom starred for the Bucs. 

Texas Tech was invaded by the Buccaneers, and in a hard-fought game, repulsed the Red Raiders. 
Tech's Walt Schlinkman scampered 50 yards for the game's only score. Allen, Evans, Leary, Blodzinski, 
and DeWald were standouts in the Pirate ball club. 

The Pirate banner was next seen at Memorial Stadium in Austin, where the crippled Bucs were 
handed their worst defeat of the season by the Conference-winning Texas Longhorns. Williams and Allen 
played stout ball as the Steers rolled over Southwestern 40-0. 

The brightest spot in the football picture of Southwestern was the Rice game. Here the Pirates broke 
the ice as they came from behind to trample Rice 13-7. 

The Pirates continued their winning streak by overpowering the University of Mexico Pumas in a hard- 
fought tilt in Alamo Stadium in San Antonio. The Pirates got rolling and scored five touchdowns to win 
32-6. 

Terminating the season with its sixth loss, the Pirates encountered the Hondo Army Airfield team. And 
thus ended the Pirates' season — a season filled with victories and defeats, glory and heartbreak. A record 
achieved to be proud of under the circumstances — a record that fails to show the full accomplishments of 
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THE TEXAS CONFERENCE CAGE CHAMPIONS OF 1946 

Back Row: Bare, Jones, Williams, Costain, Davenport, Ulrey, Coffman, Lovelace. 
Front Row: Francis, Chafin, McManus, Hamric, Medley, Davis, Eddins, Betts. 



FIRST TEAM— Hamric, Bare, Davenport, Francis, Davis. 







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JOHN ULREY — GUARD 



JAMES ARTHUR FRANCIS — GUARD 



The Pirates wrote another glorious page to the history book of Southwestern athletics, as they took the 
Texas Conference Basketball Crown by winning thirteen out of fourteen conference games. 

From a meager beginning the Pirates, coached by R. M. Medley, were molded into a fast, polished cage 
guintet. Texas University downed the Buc's 47-28 in their original encounter, only to be able to sgueeze 
out a narrow victory of 52-47 in the return contest. 

The Buc's displayed power as they swamped San Marcos 65-37, and became Conference favorites 
when they smashed Howard Payne 57-27 and A.C.C. 61-42. Howard Payne again fell to S.U.'s superior 
agility and skill 74-39. 

McMurry provided bait for the rampaging Pirates' fifth straight victory 34-33. A.C.C. eked out a nar- 
row victory, 32-31, the following night. 

The Southwestern lads, angered by their one point defeat, took it out on Austin and San Marcos as 
they trampled these two teams 64-45 and 59-21, respectively. 

The University of Houston, in one of the most thrrilling games imaginable, defeated the Pirates 42-40 
in the last eight seconds of a non-conference game. 

The stalwart Buccaneers then bested Austin College 61-38, and trimmed McMurry 62-36. With this 
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The battle for the conference crown with TWC proved to be one of the roughest 
and most spirited contests of the school's basketball history. The Pirates won 19-16 
in the closing minutes of the game. 

The regular season was terminated by a 58-57 victory over the University of Hous- 
ton. In a special tournament, Southwestern lost to West Texas State 50-44. 

The team itself was composed of tall John Ulrey, Ross Davis, and Jim Francis, 
(used interchangeably) at guards; Dan Davenport at center; and Ted "Zippo" Bare 
and Bob Hamric at forwards. Ulrey and Francis, two of the most consistent members 
of the team, were from the '45 season. Davis was an all-state boy from Colorado. 
Dan Davenport, towering 6 feet 8V2 inches, formerly played for Rice. Forward Bob 
Hamric was the conference's leading scorer, while Bare was the most popular and 
colorful of all cagists. Eddins, Williams, Medley, and Jones also gave yeoman serv- 
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First Row: Bass, Blodzinski, Francis, Hamric, Adams 

Second Row: Christensen, Pack, Sisserson, Chafin, Collopy, Howell, Gilliam (Mgr.) 

Third Row: Frazier, Dusek, Logan, Ulrey, Everett, Hamric, Lynch, Medley (coach) 



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This has been a building year for the Pirates 
baseball team. With only four lettermen returning, 
and few top-notch recruits, the Bucs bravely weath- 
ered out a tough schedule including Texas, Baylor, 
and A. & M. 

Adams, Ulrey and Bass carried the load of the 
mound duty for Southwestern, throwing to Blodzin- 
ski and Francis. The Bucs' infield combination was 
composed of Hamric, Francis, Collopy, and Logan. 
In the outfield, Coach Medley placed Frazier in left, 
Sisserson in center, and Dusek in right. 

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Mile Relay — Bill Vernon, Sam Cleavenger, R. C. 
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Hurdlers — Kenneth Goetzel, Joe Frazier, Bob Cole- 
man, Bob McCollough. 





As the annual goes to press, the track team has been feverishly preparing for the Texas Con- 
ference meet, the highlight of the 1946 track season. 

Throughout the months of practice, and the two meets attended, the Pirate thinly-clads have gained 
valuable practice and their share of laurels. 

At the beginning of the season, the Pirates had more than their share of difficulties. Track equip- 
ment was insufficient, the cinders were extremely loose, and for two months the "little gray book" 
served as coach. 

The first meet entered was the Fat Stock Show at Fort Worth. Southwestern hurriedly prepared 
and sent six boys to this event. Coleman ran the high and low hurdles. Pagel the mile, Budd and 
McMillen the half mile, Goetzel the low hurdles, and Cleavenger the quarter. Bob Coleman, sensa- 
tional young hurdler who set an all-Dallas record in the highs last year at Sunset, finished first in the 
low hurdles. O. T. Budd finished fourth in the half mile. Injuries proved the Nemesis of the Pirate 
tracksters, with Pagel pulling a muscle in the first lap of the mile run, and Coleman falling on the 
cinders after taking the lead in the highs. 

The track team began practice with renewed vigor after the first week, as more recruits came out. 

The next meet was the nationally important Texas Relays. Sending a hurdler, a sprinter, three 
weight men and two relay teams, the Pirates gained two points by placing fourth on both the relays. 
Coleman, Budd, Black, and McMillen in the Medley, and Budd, Smith, Cleavenger, and Goetzel in 
the Mile Relay, scored points for the Bucs. 

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gathering strength for the Texas Conference meet. 

In the hurdles, McCollough, Goetzel, Frazier and Coleman will be ready to go. The Sprint Relay 
will be composed of Black, Box, Jonas, and Evans. Evans and Reddin will probably enter the 100. 
C E McMillen is expected to prove himself on the half,- while Pagel and Feller have been working 
out on the mile. In the mile relay, Vernon, Cleavenger, Smith and Budd will be Buc participants. 
Bare and Jonas will throw the javelin, while Bare will also enter the high jump and the broad jump. 
Lee Adams will pole vault, as well as Marvin Gray, who will also enter the broad jump. 



Weight Men — Turek and Davenport, discus; Wil- 
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Speedsters — Euel Box, James Reddings, Joe 
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The Southwestern tennis team, composed of Spann and Lundlad, were preparing for the Texas 
Conference tennis tournament as the annual was sent off for publication. 

In a practice match with Trinity, the Pirates won by sweeping three out of five single matches 
and two out of three double matches. In these matches, Paul Gips and John Lundlad, winners of the 
Texas Conference crown in doubles several years ago, composed the Pirates No. 1 team. Spann and 
Meltz played on the No. 2 team. 

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JULY 1945 TO JUNE 1946 

Abadie, Victor Hugo 3N— 5412 Broadway, San Antonio 

Abbott, Carmen 2—1320 Liveoak, Beaumont 

Abernathy, Lawrence A. 2N— Box 186, Quinlan 

Adams, Clarence, Jr. IN— Rt. 1, Portsmouth, Ohio 

Adams, Claude Thomas IV— Box 112, Marble Falls 

Adams, Donald Raymond IN— 709 Myrtle, Inglewood, Calif. 

Adams, Ira lee IV— Box 13, Salado 

Adams, Margie Anne 1—926 Ayres, Corpus Christi 

Albright.. Joseph Finley 1—427 S. Baxter, Tyler 

Alexander, Bettye Jo 1—6103 Lindell, Dallas 

Alexander, Paul Gilbert 3N— 305 Ellis, Jackson, Miss. 

Alexander, Robert David IN— 146 Pear Walk, San Antonio 

Allen, Billye Virginia 1—401 E. Park, San Antonio 

Allen, Henry Kiper 2N— 704 Rio Grande, Austin 

Allen, James Walker 2— Box ,808, Harlingen 

Alley, Benny Albert 3N— Fife 

Alley, Mary Kathryn 1— 7th Floor, Humble Oil & Refining Co. 

Houston 
Allison, Ruel Blake, Jr. 3N— Box 178, Graham 
Allman, Ray Madison 2N— 1508 Parker, Amarillo 
Allport, Dorothy Jean 4 — 707 Park, Orange 
Anderson, Samuel Bert IN— Whitehall, Montana 
Anding, Cora Lynn 1 — 117 Williams, Marlin 
Armstrong, Doris Anne 2—434 Broadview, San Antonio 
Armstrong, Joe Edwin 2N— 405 Church, Sheridan, Ark. 
Armstrong, Weldon Thomas, Jr. IN— Rt. 1, Duncan, Okla. 
Atkins, Joseph Noble 2—1416 N. Sam Houston, Odessa 
Atkinson, Kenneth Wayne IN — Hillsboro 
Ault, T. J. 1—721 W. Washington, San Angelo 
Aycock, Virginia Lee 1 — 627 Cincinnati, San Antonio 

Babb, Lyda Louise 2 — Rockspring 

Raggett, Bill Jack 2N— c/o United Geophysical Co., Palestine 

Bailiff, Thomas Lee 2N— Childress 

Baker, Billie Jean 2 — Lometa 

Baker, Charles Maynard IN— Rt. 2, Wilson 

Baker, Mary Helen 3—202 W. Washington, Harlingen 

Bankston, Milton Lacy IN— 4535 Hollywood, Port Arthur 

Barcus, Marianne 3 — 421 E. Pearce, Goose Creek 

Barber, Fairy e Irene 4 — Box 97, Markham 

Bare, Theodore Christian 3— E. Chino, Rt. 2, Ontario, Calif. 

Barfield, Josephine 2 — Box 265, Hebbronville 

Barker, Walter Dean 1 — Elmwood, Okla. 

Barrett, Jack Clint 2N— Box 98, Houston, Miss. 

Barrow, David Trammell IN — Box 16, Bowden, Georgia 

Bartak, Marian 1 — 4203 La Branch, Houston 

Bartlett, Josephine T. — 513 Frank, Lufkin 

Bartley, Norma Beatrice 4 — 1006 Ash, Georgetown 

Barziza, Phillip Henry 1 — 2020 Palm, Corpus Christi 

Bass, Jackie James IN — Quitaque 

Bass, Kenneth Edward 2V— Box 113, Holland 

Bass, Samuel Owen IV— 722 Piddie, Houston 

Bass, William Albert, Jr.— 2N— 1344 S. Florence, Tulsa, Okla. 

Battle, Morris Fontaine 2N— 1609 Lavaca, Austin 

Bawcom, Sammye Louise 1 — Christoval 

Beane, Lois Marie 2 — Eagle Lake 

Beathard, Vander R. IN— Route 3, Box 1, Orange 

Beauchamp, Dixon Lindsey 2N 

Beaver, Peggy Janette 4 — 1212 Church, Georgetown 

Becker, William J. 2N— 619 N. Rosemont, Dallas 

Bell, Elmina Charlene 1 — Gregory 

Bell, Jerry Deane 1—3402 Amherst, Houston 

Bell, John Thomas 2N— Rt. 2, Box 346, San Antonio 

Bender, Marvin H. 4N — 310 W. Lindsey, Breckenridge 

Benner, Patrick Henry IN — 3605 Montana, El Paso 

Bennett, Suzanne Gracia 1 — 118 N. Dr., San Antonio 

Bergquist, Elva Linnea PG — Georgetown 

Berkey, John Roland 2N— 643 E. 10th, Sedalis, Mo. 

Berry, Caroline C. 2 — 609 N. Chambers, Conroe 

Bertman, James George, Jr. 2N— 2413 Cos., Liberty 

Bethany, Sue 3—512 E. 33rd., Bryan 

Bethea, Frances S. 2— Box 543, Wharton 

Betts, Bill Powell 2—608 Walnut, Wharton 

Bickham, Arnold Morrison IN — 904 S. Urbana, Tulsa, Okla. 

Birdwell, Carl 2N— 300 Suffolk, College Station 



Birdwell, Caroline 4—2395 Gladys, Beaumont 

Black, James M. IV— 1273 Peach, Abilene 

Black, John D. IV— 406 E. 10th, Georgetown 

Blackman, Leslie Jo Ann 4 — Taft 

Blackwood, Fuller C. 1 — 1011 E. IVz, Houston 

Bland, Robert Faulk 3N— 1616 Napoleon, New Orleans, La. 

Blank, Emmy Lou 2 — 913 Walnut, Georgetown 

Blank, Richard H. 2—913 Walnut, Georgetown 

Blaylock, Robert Alvie IN— Rt. 2, Box 201, Waco 

Bledsoe, Bob Frank IN— Hamlin 

Blissard, Elmer V., Jr. 2V— 609 Francis, Goose Creek 

Blodzinski, Edward John 3V— 31 Nevada, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Blomquist, Milton Hart IV— 318 W. 9th, Taylor 

Bloomfield, Harry Chandes 2N— 1247 S. Delaware, Tulsa, Okla. 

Blount, Mary Frances 1 — Box 396, Pearsall 

Bonine, Kenneth Creston IN— Rt. 4, Box 289A, Rossville, Ga. 

Booker, Carolyn Jean 2—1000 La Monte, Brownwood 

Booth, Earnest 3N— 773 Cypress, Abilene 

Booth, James Willis 2N — 703 Sylvan, Longview 

Borders, Jewel Christine 4 — 1319 Woodlawn, San Antonio 

Boriski, Raymond Martin IV— 709 Peddie, Houston 

Bounds, Lloyd D. 2V — S. Olive, Georgetown 

Bowden, Edithe Olga 1 — 1005 Fifth, Alice 

Bowe, Harry L. Jr., IN — 790 N. Gordon, Pomona, Calif. 

Bowen, David Leon 2N — 1210 Virginia, San Antonio 

Bowles, Robert Wesley 2N— 816 Kearns, Houston 

Box, Euel 2—834 N. Bishop, Dallas 

Boyd, Elma Lottie 4 — Box 63, Glen Flora 

Boyd, Newell D. PGV— 503 Vance, Taylor 

Boyd, Robert Herman, Jr. 4V— 503 Vance, Taylor 

Brabham, Patricia 2—206 N. Penn., Roswell, N. M. 

Bradbury, Dorothy Vernon 1 — Box 352, Kilgore 

Bradford, Derrell T. 2V— Idalou 

Bradley, George IV — 1021 Brownlee, Corpus Christi 

Bradley, Marye Louise 1—2024 N. Blvd., Houston 6 

Brannen, David Burr 3N— 1614 E. Speedway, Tucson, Ariz. 

Brannen, Joseph Patrick 2N— 223 Camilia, Lake Jackson 

Brannen, Richmond Drulane 2N — 206 Pitts, Pasadena 

Breland, Blish, Jr. 3N— 115 West Abram, Arlington 

3rewer, La Jean 1 — 3204 Glenview, Austin 

Briscoe, Allene Vickers, 4 — 912 Forest, Georgetown 

Briscoe, Horace Blake 4V — 912 Forest, Georgetown 

Brooks, Leland Donald 2N— 1851 Chesnut, Abilene 

Brotzman, Lloyd George — Rt. 2, Rio Hondo 

Brown, Billie Ruth 4 — Box 15, San Diego 

Brown, Dexter Hanson IN — 3016 N. Robinson, Oklahoma City, 

Okla. 
Brown, Emily Clark 4, 1507 Kipling, Houston 
Brown, Harvey Carl, Jr. 2N — 1548 Jirou, Beaumont 
Brown, Joseph Louis 3N — 1909 S. Shepherd, Houston 6 
Brown, Richard Claus 4N — 513 Mobberly, Longview 
Brucks, Nettie Ruth 2— Rt. 4, Robstown 
Brumfield, Joyce Elaine 1 — 1411 Gray, Houston 
Bryan, Charles Willis 4N — USS Kuykendall, Georgetown 
Buckner, Truman Orville IV — 916 Walnut, Georgetown 
Budd, Otis Tom 2N— 2943 W. French, San Antonio 
Buice, Nell 2— Rt. 1, Box 123, Waco 
Burch, Daniel Aubre 3N— Rt. 1, Donna 
Burford, Ethel Cone 4— Box 172, Columbus 
Burgess, William Leslie IN — 10621 Muscatine, Houston 
Burkett, William Joseph, Jr., 3N— 1386 Wall, Beaumont 
Burleson, John Fawcett 4V — 810 E. 12th, Georgetown 
Burnam, Alice Ruth 2 — Marble Falls 
Burnett, Lonnie Sheldon 2N — 573 Irvington Cts., Houston 
Burns, J. D. IV— Holland 

Burton, Lionel Noble IN — Box 444, Pleasanton 
Burton, Raymond Glen 2N— Rt. 3, Mt. Vernon 
Byers, Jack Edward 2N— 1108 Blaine Ave., Elkhart 
Byfield, Molly Gene 2— Box 326, Llano 
Byles, Edwin McCure — 419 Natalen, San Antonio 
Byrd, Mrs. Alta 3 — 912 Forest, Georgetown 
Byrne, Billy Patrick 2N— 1215 S. Hackberry, San Antonio 

Cain, Yvonne 4 — 1811 Kipling, Houston 6 

Campbell, David Lawrence 2N — 28 Lincoln, Providence, R. I. 
Campbell, Roger Lee IN — 844 Belhaven, Jackson, Miss. 
Cannan, Mary Lee — Box 366, Price 



Ccmnell, Nancy Margaret 4 — 424 N. Broadway, McAllen 

Cannon, Carol Adele 2 — 1420 McKencie, San Angelo 

Cantrell, Billie Warren 2N— Abilene 

Carlisle, Wright Laville 2N— Rt. 1, Ralls 

Carnes, James Malcolm 2N — 903 W. Tenn., San Antonio 

Carrington, Tommy Frank 3N — Rt. 5, Gilmer 

Carroll, Annette 4— Box 365, Taft 

Carson, D. Harold 1 — Malakoff 

Carson, Elaine Marie 1 — Luling 

Carter, Courtenay 4 — 406 Traylor, Conroe 

Carter, Thomas Ellsworth IN — 900 W. Tennessee, Midland 

Cartwright, Lewis Merle IN — 803 Roachest, California, Mo. 

Caswell, Arnold F. PGV — Georgetown 

Cates, Reagan Behrman 4V — 409 Illinois, Baytown 

Ceirco, Dorothy Jeanette 2 — 7337 Neyland, Houston 

Cesmirosky, Lawrence Joe 1 — Rt. 1, Box 43, Brazoria 

Chadwick, Anasue 2 — 341 Teneha, Center 

Chafin, Olin Olcie 4V— Sinton 

Chandlee, Walter IN— 2623 Patee, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Chandler, Janis 3 — Box 97, Groveton 

Chapman, Allen Lawrence, Jr. IN — 514 Pruitt, San Antonio 

Charles. LeRoy IN — 809 W. Washington, Jefferson, Iowa 

Cheek, Leona Catharine 1 — 2310 Pearl, Fort Worth 6 

Chenault, James Elbert, Jr. IN — 1641 Banks, Houston 

Chesak, Robert Carl Ross 2N— 800 Cincinatti, El Paso 

Chesnut, Charles Lindy IN — Box 156, Arnett, Okla. 

Childress, Robert Wayne IN — 1106 Seneca, Enid, Okla. 

Christensen, Harold Graham 2N — 88 E. 4th So., Springfield, 

Utah 
Christensen, Roland Walter IN— Burt, Iowa 
Clark, Aubrey Lindal 2N— 1107 Ave. S., Snyder 
Clark, Reid Ollerton 2N — 3116 Carnegie, Houston 
Clarke, Charles Hall Jr. IN— 1206 Curtis, Follansbee, W. Va. 
Clay, Thomas Weldon 2N— 727 W. Larkin, Athens 
Cleavenger, Sam D. 3 — 1227 W. Main, El Paso 
Cochran, Bobby Lee IN — 1314 N. Charles, Pampa 
Cocke, Helen Theresa 1 — 914 Walnut, Georgetown 
Coffman, Jack Carter 1 — 1013 Kenwood, San Angelo 
Cohen, Annie Margaret 2 — Box 747, Dickinson 
Cohen, Max 2N— 427 Montana, San Antonio 3 
Colburn, Richard Edward 1 — Georgetown 
Cole, Marvin Cecil 1—904 E. Elm, Hillsboro 
Coleman, Robert Emerson 2 — 3315 W. Jefferson, Dallas 
Collier, Maribel 1 — 327 E. Cowan, Houston 

Collins, Raymond Pressly IN— 1382 S. St. Paul, Denver, Colo- 
rado 
Collins, Robert Arthur IN — 4137 Greenwood, Des Moines, Iowa 
Collopy, William Leonard IN — Eagle Grove, Iowa 
Coman, Jack Ledyard PGV — 721 E. Main, Mexia 
Comin, Margaret Jean 3 — 1833 N. Laurel, Phoenix, Ariz. 
Cone, Frances 1 — Box 333, Rosebud 
Connolly, Marcia June 2—220 6th, Alice 
Conquest, Shelley Anita 3 — Pharr 
Cook, Charles W. 2N— Rayville, La. 
Cook, Doris 1 — 1708 Rosewood, Houston 
Cooper, Bettye Faye 1—5323 Ave. QVi, Galveston 
Cooper, Duncan Crosby IV — 1303 Ash, Georgetown 
Cooper, Foster White IV — 1010 Ash, Georgetown 
Cooper, Lillie T. 3 — Box 475, Georgetown 
Cooper, Lucille Russell 1 — Georgetown 
Cooper, Marilyn Treuthardt 3 — Box 475, Georgetown 
Cooper, Orville Thomas 2N — 1616 Sycamore, Bay City 
Coover, Charles Richard 2N— 521 E. 4th., Kinsley, Kansas 
Cortes, Robert Paul IN — 36 Harrison, Middletown, N. Y. 
Cosgrove, Francis Eugene IN — 89 Blaisdell, Haverhill, Mass. 
Costin, Glenis Galen 4N — 1826 Swenson, Abilene 
Courtney, Jean 4 — Rt. 1, Box 24 A, Conroe 
Cox, Homer S. 4 — Florence 
Cox, Ike Randal, Jr. 4 — Granger 
Cox, Roy Edward IN— 2839 Arizona, Dallas 
Crawford, Wid Phillips 2N— 507 S. Mulberry, Eastland 
Creecy, Molly Larcus 1 — 1713 Ashland, Fort Worth 
Cronkwright, Patricia Marie 2 — 3228 R, Galveston 
Cross, Dorothy Wadsworth — 211 Hawthorne, Houston 
Grossman, Curtis Jr. 4V — 1205 Ash, Georgetown 
Crow, Bettye Lou 1—3224 10th, Port Arthur 
Cruse, Peggy F. 4 — Liberty 



Cunningham, Carolyn 1 — 4811 San Jacinto, Houston 
Curtis, Thomas E. 2N— 314 A. Northwest, Miami, Okla. 

Daily, Richard Louis 2N— 415 So. 22nd., Temple 

Daley, James David IN — 325 E. Gay, Warrensburg, Mo. 

Davenport, Dan Nelson 2 — 319 Carroll, San Antonio 

Davenport, Walter B. 2 — 110 Green, Marlin 

Davidson, Bill Cline 2N— 1224 Iowa, Chickasha, Okla. 

Davidson, Elizabeth Ann 1 — 2305 S. Shepherd, Houston 

Davidson, Roger E. IN— 10510 Wellworth, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Davies, Wilkins Lee IN — 407 Engman, Clearwater, Fla. 

Davis, Charles Albert 2N— 4023 Terrace, Kansas City 2, Mo. 

Davis, Charles Henry 2N — Rt. 2, Lorimer, Iowa 

Davis, Dawn Marie 1 — 1339 Sacramento, San Antonio 

Davis, Emory Lowell 2N — Box 140 Lelia Lake 

Davis, Ernest J. Jr. 4V— 214 E. 7th, Georgetown 

Davis, Geneva Marie 1 — 8157 Ogden, Houston 12 

Davis, Jack 3N — USS Kuykendall, Georgetown 

Davis, James Lee 2N — 1213 Texas Ave., Mart 

Davis, Joseph IN— 601 E. Park, Olathe, Kansas 

Davis, Ross Howard 2N — 1550 E. Fillmore, Denver, Colorado 

Davis, Ruth Marie 4 — Box 223, Baytown 

Davis, William Hemphill 3V — 601 Austin, Georgetown 

De Girolamo, Pat IN— 1485 S. Union, Alliance, Ohio 

de la Rosa, Luis 2 — Sierra Nevada 440 Lomas, Mexico City, 

Mexico 
Delgado, Manuel Odelon — 814 City Park, New Orleans, La. 
Dennis, Robert Franklin 2N — 1 Erchles, Rumford, Maine 
Denson, Jack McVay, 2N — Poteet 
Dent, Ouida Mae 2 — Timpson 

De Sirey, Donald Bate IN— 834 4th Ave. S., Clinton, Iowa 
De Wald, Ernest G. 4 — Lampasas 
Dimmitt, Beulah Mae 1 — 2670 North St., Beaumont 
Diserens, Anna Mae 1 — 600 Ave. D., Cisco 
Ditterline, Charles Edward 2V — Box 31, Georgetown 
Ditterline, Juanita A. 1 — Box 31, Georgetown 
Dobson, William Hill IN— 311 W. Charles, Hammond, La. 
Dodd, Mary Ella 1—3517 Mockingbird, Dallas 
Doescher, Marvin Arnold IN— 1006 1st Ave., DeWitt, Iowa 
Dolan, Eleanor 3 — 1612 Main, Georgetown 
Dolan, Patricia Bess 1 — 1612 Main, Georgetown 
Donnelley, Stanley IN— 2102 East Elm, Enid, Okla. 
Dorris, George Jackson, Jr. 3N— 605 S. Main, Pasadena 
Dowd, Bobbie Till 3N— 1010 3rd Ave., Box 515, Canyon 
Drake, LaVerne 4 — Edna 

Duerson, Lelah Dolores 3 — Box 806, Harlingen 
Duffy, Bettye Lou 1—2055 Dryden, Houston 
Duncan, Luther Frank 2N— 323 W. Hutcheson, Houston 
Duncan, Wallace Wayne 1— Box 848, Alpine 
Dunkelberg, Ralph Crockett 2N— 1646 Victory, Wichita Falls 
Dunkin, Homer C. 1 — Barnhart 
Dunnam, Norma Lee 2 — Fostoria 
Dunnam, William Vance, Jr. 2N — Rt. 1, Waco 
Dupree, Mary Beth 2—2320 18th, Lubbock 
Durdin, Betty Jo 1—2355 Ashley, Beaumont 
Dusek, Jerome R. IV— Box 363, Granger 
Dusek, Melvin William 4V — Granger 
Dyer, Jack Leon IV— 516 Alamo, Brenham 

Eads, Marjorie Elaine 2—1805 Austin, Georgetown 
Earhart, Joan Laverne 1—3315 Rosedale, Houston 
Earthman, Billy Dean IN— Box 626, Conroe 
Easley, Martha Jane 4 — Georgetown 
Eastin, Frances Louise 1 — 507 Cypress, Orange 
Eastman, Louis Scott, Jr. IN— Box 33, Lairdhill 
Eaves, Leslie Levon 2N — Box 327, Iraan 
Eddins, Abbie Catherine 3—904 Pine, Georgetown 
Eddins, Billy John 2N— Box 244, Sudan 

Eddleman, Morgan William IN— 924 W. Parsons, Norman 
Okla. 

Edgar, Alexander George 2N— Rt. 2, Willow Glen, Alexandria, 

La. 
Edmondson, Richard Edward 2N— 3021 Nueces, Corpus Christi 
Edwards, Edwin Washington IN— Rt. 1, Box 282, Marksville, 

La. 
Edwards, Nona Ruth 4— Box 431, Smithville 
Ehlert, Elaine Elizabeth 4— Box 56, Fairbanks 



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Eimann, William Benjamin, Jr. IV — 806 Baylor, Brenham 

Eichelberger, Phyllis 2 — Chapman Ranch 

Ellison, Robert Frank IN — Box 2, Lordsburg, New Mexico 

Ener, Marcus Dwain IN — Box 85, Zavalla 

Ernst, Alma Caroline 2 — Rt. 5, Box 422, San Antonio 

Estill, Robert Lee IN— Box 307, Covington, Okla. 

Etherton, Fred Snider, IN— 831 E. Main, Hoopeston, 111. 

Etter, Dorothy Wales 2—2841 S. 11th, Abilene 

Eubanks, Muriel Elizabeth 4 — 263 Fauna, Houston 

Evans, Gertrude 3—806 E. 12th, Georgetown 

Evans, Joe Dennis 2V — Blanket 

Evans, Shirley Ann 1 — Box 162, Pipe Creek 

Evans, Thomas Lawrence 2N — 123 Souviner, Lafayette, La. 

Everett, Mark Wilmet, Jr. 2V — 519 San Jacinto, Conroe 

Everett, Richard Hobson 2N— 2201 Griswold Lane, Austin 

Fain, Helen Marie 1—2807 Burger, Dallas 

Fairbetter, Marilyn 1 — Box 264, Boyd 

Farley, Ellie Marie 1—411 N. 4th, Texas City 

Farmer, John Doak IV — Evant 

Farris, Dorothy Nell 2 — 1251 Main, Georgetown 

Feaster, Ivon 4—716 E. 27th, Bryan 

Feldkamp, Jack Griffen IN— 8041 Paxton, Chicago, 111. 

Fehr, Emil Clark 4V— Box 269, Lockhart 

Feller, Verlon Eli 1—351 N. Milum, San Benito 

Felton, George Reuben 2N — Marianna, Ark. 

Ferencz. Dolores 1 — 922 Wheelock, Cleveland, Ohio 

Ferguson, Benjamine F. 2N — Box 363, Highlands 

Ferguson, Betty Ruth 1 — Box 516, Newgulf 

Ferguson, Charles W. 3N — Box 158, Tarleton, Stephenville 

Ferguson, Donald David 2N — 224 Hibiscus, Brownsville 

Ferris, James George IN — 2421 Jarratt, Austin 

Feuquay, Neil Price IN— 1406 W. Wabash, Enid, Okla. 

Fike, Cherie Ann 1 — 1012 Texas Ave., Mart 

Fincher, Dorsey Ray 4N — Box 32, Kilgore 

Finley, George Stanley IN — Eldorado, Texas 

Finney, Paul Albert — Box 536, Yorkville, Ohio 

Fischer, Joseph Frederick IV — Box 4, Fairfield 

Fitzgerald, Donald Allen 2N — Zachary, La. 

Flores, Jesus Rudy 2N— 1110 E. Rio Grande, El Paso 

Flowers. Helen Louise 1 — 110 S. Getty, Uvalde 

Fluitt, Lyle Easley 2N— 302 F. Ave., Hereford 

Flynn, Harold Joseph 2N— 1201 15th Place, Fort Worth 

Fogg, Freddye Faye 3 — Diboll 

Fogg, Marie 3 — Diboll 

Fojtik, Fred IN— 3677 E. Layton, Cudahy, Wis. 

Ford, Marion, Jr. 2N — Box 87, Pasadena 

Ford, Robert Malcolm 2N— 1472 Court, Memphis, Tenn. 

Fore, Sam Lane 2 — 1427 Eunice, Corpus Christi 

Foster, Donna Jane 1 — Box 124, Hunt 

Foster, Wylie Doyle IN — Box 236, Channelview 

Fox, Mary Elizabeth PG — Georgetown 

Francis, James Arthur 3V— 4020 Oxford, El Paso 

Franklin, Isaac Nelson 2N — USS Kuykendall, Georgetown 

Franz, Roy Lloyd 2N— 2300 Ave. I, Bay City 

Franzel, Richard Ray IN — 1726 W. Chambers, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
Frazer, Joe Dowdy 1 — 1822 Fresno, San Antonio 
Frazier, Garland Curtis — Tomball 
Frazier, Howard Calvin IN — Box 2352, Houston 
French, George Walter, Jr. 4 — Round Rock 
Frilen, Barbara Helen 1 — 3212 Oak Lawn, Dallas 
Fuller, Roy 2N— 2301 Hardy, Abilene 
Fullerton, Frederick M. Jr., IV — 50 Vance, Taylor 

Gafford, Mrs. Floy Logan 4—908 E. 12th, Georgetown 

Gaida, Edward J. IV — Box 394, Granger 

Gambrell, John Brewster 2N— 1007 Capital National Bank Bldg. 

Austin 
Gammill, Thomas Gardner, Jr. 2N---6827 Ave. C. Houston 
Gardner, John Mann 1 — Moody 
Gardner, Paul Elmer 3N — Muleshoe 
Garrison, Charles Clayton IN— Rt. 3, Elkhart 
Gatlin, Leroy 2N — 222 Orgyle, San Antonio 
Gatlin, Mildred Jo Rader 4 — Georgetown 
Gay, Newell F. 1—1335 Roderick, Houston 8 



Gee, Margaret Ann 2 — 3306 Georgetown, Houston 

Geitz, Kenneth Lloyd IN — Bridgeport, Wisconsin 

Ghiselin, Betty Anne 2 — 6512 Sewanee, Houston 

Gibson, Frank A. 2V— 1500 Olive, Georgetown 

Gibson, Laura Belle 2 — 1500 Olive, Georgetown 

Gilliam, LaFayette Camp 1 — Floresville 

Gillis, Burt Marvin 4 — Jarrell 

Gilmore, Rita Jo 3 — Georgetown 

Gips, Paul Edward PGV — Yorktown 

Glass, Hughlan Lynn 1 — 1700 Bolney, San Angelo 

Goddard, John Howard 2—8930 Grand River, Detroit, Michigan 

Goetzel, Kenneth Wesley IN— Box 123, Poteet • 

Goiter, Bob 1—326 W. 23rd., Houston 

Goodenough, Harold Smith 4N — 1513 Stillman, Corpus Christi 

Gordon, Gloria Clarice 2 — Louise 

Goril, Robert Benjamin — 13301 Burley, Chicago, 111. 

Grant, Walter William 2N — 501 Taunton, Lakeville, Mass. 

Gratz, Barbara Dianne 1 — Box 737, Raymondville 

Gray, James J. 2N— 522 7th, Perry, Okla. 

Gray, Marvin Edward IV — West Columbia 

Gray, Patricia 1 — Box 389, San Saba 

Grayson, Margaret Ruth 3 — 309 N. Main, Temple 

Greathouse, Claude Wade IV — 1330 2nd, Corpus Christi 

Green, Dana Sid IV— Box 52, Marble Falls 

Green, James Harris 2N — Buckeye, Ariz. 

Green, LaVina Louella 1 — Box 127, Ganado 

Green, Rex Richard 2N— 4500 N. Main, Houston 

Greene, Harold Ray 2N— 901 E. Moore, Terrell 

Greer, Barry Dean Jr. 3V — 801 Fisk, Brownwood 

Greggs, Robert Cavitt IN— 206 E. 11th, Pawhuska, Okla. 

Griffin, J. Allene 2— Box 493, Nixon 

Griffith, Harry Edward 1 — 1511 S. Newport, Tulsa, Okla. 

Griffith, William Edward IN— 2412 Yale, Springfield, 111. 

Grigsby, James C. 2N — 403 N. Toncahua, Corpus Christi 

Grimes, Madie Burkes 4 — 503 E. 13th, Georgetown 

Groenke, Glenn Russell IN — 1122 Blake, Racine, Wisconsin 

Gruenewald, Sara Frances 3 — 1125 Roberts Cut Off, Fort Worth 

Guinn, Bert 1 — Pharr 

Gunderson, Sigurd Lynn IN — 1425 South Jamestown, Tulsa, 

Okla. 
Dunter, Elma June 1 — 1424 W. Ave. J., San Angelo 
Gustafson, Doris Vivian 1 — Rt. 4, Box 87, Georgetown 
Guth, Ronald Clarence IN— 1605 E. Whittier, Columbus, Ohio 

Haas, Rutherford, 2N— 205 W. Water, Victoria 

Haby, Hayden Griffin 1 — Box 763, No. Uvalde 

Haby, Raymond Albert 1— Box 763, No. Uvalde 

Hacker, Elizabeth Ross 1 — St. Anthony Hotel, Brenham 

Hackett, Donal Philip 2N— 608th Ave., Yuma, Ariz. 

Hagopian, Roxie PG — 1564 Church, Georgetown 

Hahn, Dorothy Ann 2— Rt. 4, Box 112, Fredericksburg 

Halbrook, David McCall 2N— Box 236, Belzon, Miss. 

Halff, Thomas A. 2N— Rt. 2, Box 320, San Antonio 

Hall, Hollis, O'Neal IN— Rt. 1, Belton 

Hall, Kenneth, Robert IN— Wilson, Okla. 

Hallauer, Jane Lucile 4 — 402 N. Miller, Breckenridge 

Halloran, Priscilla Jane 2 — 608 Funston, San Antonio 

Hamm, Donald Ivan IN— 612 S. 8th, Clinton, Okla. 

Hamner, John Tod 2 — 2305 Claremont, Houston 

Hammer, Robert M. 4N — 137 Greenlawn, San Antonio 

Hamric, Herschel Benjamin, Jr. V — Box 109, Rt. 4, Corpus Christi 

Hamric, Robert Edison 2 — Box 109, Rt. -4, Corpus Christi 

Hancock, Earl Conrade — Marlin 

Hanna, Robert William 2N — 14V2 Elizabeth, Attleboro, Mass. 

Hanna, William Horace, Jr. 2N— USS Kuykendall 

Hanson, Kathleen Berry 2 — 908 E. 12th, Georgetown 

Hanson, Rox Ann 2 — 2313 Brun, Houston 

Hardeman, Edward Lynn 3N — Box 535, Junction 

Hardgrove, Shirley Grayson 1 — 701 W. Palestine, Palestine 

Hardin, Mima Jeanne 1 — 406 Hollydale, Bryan 

Hardt, Annanelle 2—513 S. 10th, Edinburg 

Hardwick, Rowena Ruth— 1028 S. Hadden, El Reno, Okla. 

Hardwick, William Howard 2V— El Reno, Okla. 

Harnsberger, Bobby Gene IN — Denver City 

Harold, George Thomas IN — 4th St., Lewiston, New York 

Harper, Thomas Eugene IN — Rt. 1, Box 23, Kilgore 

Harrell, Dean Otis IN— 810 N. 8th, Albuquerque, N. M. 



Harrell, Dudley Snyder, Jr. — 210 W. Gordon, Uvalde 

Harris, Daniel Richard, Jr. 1 — Albany 

Harris, Forrest Dee 2N— 2820 Wilkinson, Fort Worth 

Harris, John Nicholas IN— 2515 W. Amherst, Dallas 

Harris, Waldo Boyd 1— Rt. 2, San Benito 

Harrison, Paul Kenneth IN — 418 S. High, Longview 

Hartley, Lora Nell 1 — Cone 

Hart, Mary Sue 1— R.A.S.C. Box 224, Rome, New York 

Hatch, Bobby Lee 2N— 3507 Pershins, El Paso 

Hatfield, Rolland Duane IN— Rt. 4, Box 4, Waco 

Hauser, Bill Oliver 3N— 1920 Binz, Houston 

Halley, J. Lloyd, Jr. 2N— Box 751, Borger 

Hayes, Stanley Maurice 2N — Box 172, Poteet 

Hayman, Charles Arnold IN — 9 Forrest Lane, Salisbury, Md. 

Hazelwood, Robert Cyril IN — Yava, Ariz. 

Heacock, Edward Wilson 2 — 1615 Hidalgo, Laredo 

Healy, William Herbert IN— 2211 Rupert Blvd., Racine, Wis. 

Heck, Rose Ann 4 — Box 296, Giddings, Texas 

Hedge, Kathryn 5 — 902 N. Marshall, Henderson 

Hedrick, Peggy Lorene 3 — 2917 W. Broadway, Corpus Christi 

Hefner, Raymond Richard 2N— Box 221, Hico 

Henderson, Dorothy Faye 1 — 2605 Harrison, Beaumont 

Henderson, Dorothy Jean 1 — 1222 Main, Georgetown 

Henderson, Helen Annette 4 — Box 93, El Campo 

Henderson, Mary Florence — 1089 Jackson, Pasadena 

Henley, Kathleen Alef 4 — 1911 Austin, Brownwood 

Henry, Roy Larkin 2 — 1308 Cypress, Hearne 

Henson, Dewey Bob 2N— Rt. 2, Box 131, Nacogdoches 

Herman, Elizabeth Jane 3 — 24 Church, Port Jervis, New York 

Hess, Carleta Mae 1 — 243 Mulberry, Uvalde 

Hill, Barbara Stevenson 1 — 1301 Cencennate, El Paso 

Hill, Bertie Elaine 1— Rt. 2, Holland 

Hillegeist, Dorothy Louise 3 — Box 26, Lexington 

Hilton, George Vaughn, Jr. IN— 504 W. Elm, Hillsboro 

Hinsey, Norris Bruce, Jr. IN — 503 Pecos St., Stockton 

Hoare, Robert Edwin IN — Box 337, Racine, Wisconsin 

Hobbs, James Scott 1—207 W. Victoria, Brady 

Hoffpauir, Winan Joseph IN — Rt. 2, Montgomery 

Hofmann, Henry IN — 3456 N. Bartlett, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Holdridge, Herbert 2N— 1725 Ave. M, Galveston 

Holland, Duffy Thomas IN— 2827 Elgin, Dallas 

Holley, Allen Clinton 2V— 4720 Polk Ave., Houston 

Hollingsworth, Beverly Jean 1 — 3012 Tangley, Houston 

Holloway, Herbert Harold IN— 2031 W. Main, Houston 

Holloway, Robert Lee 3N — 505 Border, Arlington 

Holmes, Rosemary 3 — Nixon 

Hood, Archie Newton Daniel, Jr. 2N— 4407 Parrish Rd., Fort 

Worth 
Hooper, Charles Jackson 2N — 904 Ruth, Houston 
Hoover, David Payne 2N — 1221 East Van Buren, Harlingen 
Hopkins, Joseph Allyn 1 — 1535 W. 3rd, Corsicana 
Hopkins, Margaret Ellen 1 — Cleveland 
Hopper, James T. 2N — 3009 Austin, Corpus Christi 
Horner, Jo Lorraine 2 — 525 Argo, San Antonio 
Horrigan, Mary Grace 4 — 2211 Dickey Place, Houston 
Horton, Orman Briggs, Jr. IV — 450 Louisiana, Corpus Christi 
Howard, Addie Jane 3 — Driftwood 
Howard, Ernest Murrell 4V— Box 392, Talco 
Howard, Faydelle 1 — 633 E. Cedar, Seguin 
Howard, Helen Claud — Georgetown 
Howard, James Ray IN — 515 Jefferson, McGregor 
Howard, Revilla Duff 1 — E. 7th, Georgetown 
Howell, John Reynolds, IV — 519 Colquitt, Apt. 6, Houston 
Howland, Clarence V. 3N— Box 807, Clarksville 
Hubbard, Mary Frances 1 — Box 5, Wink 
Hudson, John Leroy 2N — USS Kuykendall 
Hudson, Weldon Reeves IN — Box 2046, College Station 
Hughes, Malcolm Louis 2V — 1218 Church, Georgetown 
Hull, Mary Joanna 4— Box 3654, Rt. 8, San Antonio 
Hull, Walter Lafayette 2N — 21 1 E. Franklin, Hillsboro 
Humphrey, Margie Ann 1 — 308 W. 12th, Georgetown 
Hunt, Albert Freman 1 — Gregory 
Hunt, Barbara Jane 2 — 2605 Arbor Ave., Houston 
Hunt, David Glenn — 1601 Sayles Blvd., Abilene 
Hunt, Floyd Freeman 1 — Box 625, Taft 
Hunt, Marjorie 1 — Box 403, Angleton 
Hunter, Permelia Byrd 1 — 343 Pacific Ave., San Antonio 
Hurt, Dink Francis Vernon 2V — 302 S. Denton, Gainesville 



Hurt, Hugh Harrison 2N — 1511 Runnels, Big Spring 
Hutchison, Elizabeth Jocelyn 2 — 2012 Dismuke, Houston 3 
Hutchison, Eugene Junior 3 — Box 306, Thomdale 
Hutchison, Roy Wendal 2N — Box 98, Booker 
Hutson, Billie Ray 2N— Box 428, Wilson, Okla. 

Ingram, Jack William, Jr. 2N— 700 W. 8th, Dallas 
Ingram, Thomas Chester, Jr., IN— 2411 25th St., Lubbock 
Isbell, Peggy Margaret Ann 4 — Box 537, Cameron 
Ivie, Owen Hartwell 2N — 1601 Sayles Blvd., Abilene 

Jackson, Louise 4 — 1303 Cherry, Orange 

Jackson, Olive Lee 2 — 718 E. Pierce, Harlingen 

Jackson, Weldon Ewing 2N— 724 N. 5th, Waco 

Jamison, Sara Jean 3 — Box 688, Raymondville 

Janca, Adolph Joseph IN— 701 Ave. "A", Alice 

Janssen, Ivan Walter IN — Fairmont, Okla. 

Jeffers, Rosemary 1 — 3132 Robinhood, Houston 

Jefferson, William Harrison IV — 2757 Chichester, Chester, Pa. 

Jennings, Margaret Elaine 3 — 608 W. Harrison, Harlingen 

Jenson, June Kiar 2 — Coolidge 

Jernigan, James Walter IN — Box 357, Abernathy 

Jobe, Carl Yates 1 — 600 Ash, Sweetwater 

Johnson, Barry Franklin 2N — Big Foot 

Johnson, Billie Burke 4—1209 E. 25th, Bryan 

Johnson, David Webb IN — Crossville, Tennessee 

Johnson, Nelson Carl 1 — Hutto 

Johnston, Paul Martin 2N — Forreston 

Jonas, James Robert 2 — Box 416, Van 

Jones, Arthur H. 2N — 327 Eleanor, San Antonio 

Jones, James London 3N— 215 N. 9th, McAllen 

Jorgenson, Kay Leo 2N — 809 Woodard, Houston 9 

Joseph, Elizabeth Nell 1 — 902 E. Pierce, Harlingen 

Judson, Jack, Jr. IN — 1115 Rosarie, Laredo 

Kaderka, Jerry Louis IV — Box 201, Granger 

Kay, Camille Marcella 1 — 4113 Galveston Rd., Houston 

Kazmeier, Mayme Hazle 1 — 1806 S. College, Bryan 

Keeler, William Arnold — 1014 Coggin, Brownwood 

Keen, Betty Joyce 1—2228 Dunston Rd., Houston 

Kenley, Dorothy Lee 1—506 E. 42nd, Austin 

Kenley, Thomas Glen IV — 817 Cottonwood, Coleman 

Kern, Jane Elizabeth 1 — 407 W. Palestine, Palestine 

Key, Lois Ann 1 — 334 Oleander, Corpus Christi 

Key, James Shields, Jr. 2N — Box 686, Odessa 

Keyes, Mollie Frances 1 — San Angelo 

Kiker, Orbie Ray IV— Rotan 

King, Wm. Gregory 2N — 1215 Garfield, S. Pasadena, Calif. 

Kingery, Samuel Grant IN — Box 270, Denair, California 

Kinsel, Robert Ira, Jr. 4V — 1208 Josephine Drive, Alice 

Kinney, Charles Cleveland 2N — 1011 Harwood, Austin 

Kirby, Marie Yvonne 1 — 1566 Emile, Beaumont 

T^irkscev, Tom Dupree 1 — Box 215, Lott 

Kirsch, Barbara Jeannine 1 — 718 E. 29th, Houston 

Kissinger, Billy 2N— 224 S. Water, Tahlequah, Okla. 

Klausmcm, Albert James IN — 5603 Virginia, Kansas City, Mo. 

Knickerbocker, Harry Clayton 3N — 7036 Turtle Creek, Dallas 5 

Knipp, Eleanor Christine 1502 N. Jackson, Cameron 

Knox, Elizabeth Louise 4 — Kappa Sig. House, Georgetown 

Knox, M. Howard 1 — Georgetown 

Koch, Robert William 3—1608 Miller, Houston 

Koepke, Harry Dittmar 2N — 205 Chandler, Corpus Christi 

Kraemer, Andrew Fred IV— Rt 2, Box 39, Burton 

Krentel, Amy Elizabeth 3 — 803 Walnut, Georgetown 

Krueger, Wayne Douglas IN — Green Lake, Wisconsin 

Landers, Louise Maxine 1 — Cia Consolidada de Petroleos, 

Maturiu, Mongas, Venezuela, South America 
Landers, William John IN — 1302 Lorraine, Houston 
Lane, Sue 3 — Box 1572, Longview 
Langton, George Edward IV — 140 Nicholson, Del Rio 
Larsen, Dixie Louise 4 — Alexandria, La. 
Lauback, Paul John Charles 5 — Rt. 2, Box 48, Georgetown 
Laurence, John Earl, Jr. 2N— 705 E. Walker, Groesbeck 
Lavigne, Donald Eugene IN — Peru, Nebraska 
Lawhon, Mary Frances 1 — 635 E. Moran, Stamford 
Lawson, Karl Winston 2N — 800 Jackson, Borger 
Leary, Robert Garwood 2N — 1616 Salinas Ave., Laredo 



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Leathers, Robert Dale IN— 1726 14th, Greeley, Colo. 

Leatherwood, Harold David IV— Box 52, West Columbia 

Ledbetter, James Weldon IV — Holland 

Lee, Calvin Henry IN— R.F.D., Marland, Okla. 

Lee, Leonard Edward, III 2N— Box 826, Rt. 2, Albuquerque, 

N. M. 
Leon, Barbara Carol 1—2605 29th St., Lubbock 
Lewis, Alan Ginn 2N— 63 Rencelau, Springfield, Mass. 
Lipps, Billye Lynn 3—402 N. Adams, Beeville 
Little, Dorothy Jane 4 — Box 107, San Saba 
Logan, Jackson Davis 3V— 415 Austin Ave., Georgetown 
Long, James Robert IN— 1922 N.W. 13th, Oklahoma City 
Lord, Betty Owen 3—2598 Haxel, Beaumont 
Losh, Martha Elizabeth 2—413 Beaumont Ave., McAllen 
Loudon, Albert Ewald 4 — Fredericksburg 
Love, Louis Mason 3N — Box 178, Glenmora, La. 
Love, Peggy Deal 1—1120 W. Temple, Houston 
Lovelace, Robert L. 1 — 505 Palm, Corpus Christi 
Lowe, Jo Carolyn 1 — 501 Normandy, San Antonio 
Loykasek, Calvin 2V — Granger 
Loykasek, Roselee Eleanor 2 — Granger 
Lundblad, John Henry, Jr. 4 V— 1004 Rock, Georgetown 
Luster, Thomas McCay 2N— 503 School, Clarksdale, Miss. 
Lynch, Richard Charles 2 — Hondo 
Lynn, Harry Belford 3V— 400 E 6th, Alice 

MaAlpin, Silvan Earl IN— Milford 
McBride, Wini Sue 1 — 126 E. Main, Fredericksburg 
McCabe, Frank Sidney 2N— Box 553, Sterling City 
McClary, Martha Louise 1— Rt. 1, Box 528, Houston 
McCullough, Harriet Anne 2—302 2nd St. Mo., Texas City 
McClure, William Lindberg 2N— 2510 W. Chadbourne, San 

Angelo 
McColloch, Robert Clem IN— Rt. 1, Box 58, Placentia, Calif. 
McCreight, Betty 1—3742 Plumb, Houston 
McCreless, Grace Ann 3—1028 Crexel, San Antonio 
McCutcheon, John Hugh IN — 51 Alvin, Providence, Rhode 

Island 
McDaniel, Georgia 1 — 1627 Castle Court, Houston 
McDonald, Harvey J. IV— 701 W. 8th, Georgetown 
McDowell, James Kenneth 2N— 1906 N. Chadbourne, San 

Angelo 
McFarland, Kent Leon 1 — 124 N.W. 25th, Okla. City, Okla. 
McGaughy, Thomas Elkin 2N — 131 Lagos, San Antonio 
McGee, Robert Luther IN— Rt. 8, Box 212, Ft. Worth 
McGee, Tom Christian 2N— 744 Hammond Ave., San Antonio 
McGinnis, Wilmer Odell 2N— 7121 Kernel, Houston 
McGough, Charles Elgin 2N— 603 W. Beauregard, San Angelo 
McGuire, Cecil Brine, Jr. IV— 2944 13th, Port Arthur 
Mclntyre, Robert Leroy 2N— 1239 Madrid, Santa Fe, N. M. 
Mclllroy, Joe Harvey 2N— 5000 W. 9th Ave., Amarillo 
McKinley, David Kenneth IN— 1321 Ruberta, Glendale, Calif. 
McKivett, Betty 3—2215 Arbor, Houston 
McLoan, Aubrey Jean 3 — 908 E. 12th, Georgetown 
McManus, William Kenneth 2N — Roanoke, Louisiana 
McMillen, Charles Edward, Jr. IN— Box 1192, Gladewater 
McNeely, John Ferman IV — Henderson 
McNeely, John Vernon IN— 1701 Hatcher, Dallas 
McWhorter, Jane Letticia 5 — 1103 Main, Georgetown 
MacAllister, Howard Lewis 2V — Lyford 
Mackey, Patricia Anne 2—810 W. 30% St., Austin 
Magers, Richard Hugo IN— 117 Yale Ave., San Antonio 
Mahon, George Dixon IN — 301 Lytle, Kerrville 
Maker, Howard M. IN— 1042 N. Tyndall, Tucson, Ariz. 
Malish, Alvis Marvin 1 — Granger 
Malish, William M. 5 — Box 384, Granger 
Manis, William Knight IN — Subligna, Georgia 
Manning, Buford James 2N — 420 Forest Hill, Houston 1 1 
Manning, Thomas Marion 2N — 509 Bowie, Mart, Texas 
Marcell, Louis Gene 2N— 1623 Oblata, Mission 
Marr, James Harold 2N — USS Kuykendall, Georgetown 
Marsh, Luther Alvin 2N — Box 101, Lewisburg 
Marshall, Beverly Joyce 2 — 1253 Tyler, Corpus Christi 
Marshall, Bill Jack 2— Rt. 1, Box 88, Brady 
Marshall, Mary Lee 2 — Box 975, Conroe 
Martin, Robert John 2N— 2112 Wheeler, Houston 4 
Martin, Robert Walter 3N— 1811 Alaska, Dallas 16 
Martindale, Clara Sue 1 — 340 College, Jasper 



Martinets, Frank Ernest, Jr. IV— Box 297, Granger 
Mason, Bettye Jo 3 — Alice 
Mason, Ernest Fleming 4V — Alice 
Massey, James Frederick 1 — Rt. 1, Jarrell 
Mathews, "H" "D" IN— 3611 Meredith, Dallas 
Matlock, Geneva Metzler 3 — Cairo Rd., Paducah, Ky. 
Matlock, Mary Julia 1 — 717 W. Washington, San Angelo 
Matson, Robert Louis IN— 3508 Victory, Racine, Wis. 
Matthews, Charles Benjamin IN — 568 E. Tujanga, Burbank, 

Calif. 
Matthews, Mary Jule 2 — 5916 Lake, Houston 
Mattox, Elizabeth Patterson 4 — 1702 Elm, Georgetown 
Mattox, Causie Wade 3V — Box 57, Houston 
Mayes, Ethel Claire 3 — Box 374, Ozona 
Mayfield, Harold Finley IN — Route 4, Tahoka 
Meador, Joyce 3 — Box 507, Victoria 
Medley, Harold David 2N — Route 3, Georgetown 
Medlin, Oscar, Jr. IN— Rt. 2, Karnack 
Meinert, Marian Blanch 1 — Hallettsville 
Meitzen, Jo Lou 1 — Box 475, Dickinson 
Melton, Oakley W. 3N — Wetumpka, Alabama 
Meltz, Lawrence Jerome 2N — 1 157 Virginia, Atlanta, Ga. 
Mendenhall, Mildred Edith 1 — 911 Walnut, Georgetown 
Mendes, Raoul Vincent 2N — Box 269, Sagamore, Mass. 
Meredith, Lawrence 1 — 6114 Palo Pinto, Dallas 
Meyer, Douglas Eugene 1 — 4327 Harby Av., Houston 
Mifflin, John Alfred IN— 717 S. Columbia, Springfield, 111. 
Miles, Tommy Lee 4 — Rt. 1, Box 417, Mexia 
Miller, Lois Marie 1 — Hallettsville 

Millholin, Rosemary Virginia 5 — 612 College, Georgetown 
Miranda, Pedro Juan 1—860 E. 161st St., Bronx, New York 
Miner, Frances Orinne 1 — 5529 Byers, Ft. Worth 
Miron, Bernard IN— 151 Ripley, Elizabeth, N.J. 
Mitchell, Jack Holland IN— 523 Myrtle, Kansas City, Mo. 
Mitchell, William Ranson 1 — 1407 E. Houston, Marshall 
Modesett, Mrs. Perle 4 — Thrall 
Mohle, Cornelia M. 2 — 2224 Devonshire, Houston 
Moody, Marilyn 2 — 605 Harold, Houston 
Moore, Allen Joe 2 — 2016 Morrow, Waco 
Moore, Donna Merle 3 — 2216 Main, Vernon 
Moore, Isla Carmel 4 — 501 Palo Pinto, Weatherford 
Moore, Warner Conrad IN — Box 120, Whitewater, Calif. 
Moore, Wesley Allen IN — Rt. 1, Woodward. Okla. 
Moore, William David 2N — Karnes City 
Moore, Zack Jackson 2N — Rt. 1, Georgetown 
Moreland, Jack Lee 2N — 310 Hammond, San Antonio 
Morris, Joyce Murline 1 — 4208 Crawford, Houston 
Morris, Shirley Jean 1 — Box 144, College Station 
Morsey, Clyde, Jr. 2N— 318 E. St., N.W., Miami, Okla. 
Morton, Emory Baker 1— Box 3025, May 
Moses, J. Roy, Jr. 2 — Sinton 
Moses, Marilyn Stamey 4 — Sinton 
Mosley, Ernest Gould IN — Box 373, Vidalia, Georgia 
Muennink, Laura Ann 1 — Box 147, Hondo 
Munden, Horace Edward 3V— 2520 Edgewood, Ft. Worth 
Munson, Jane Elizabeth 4 — 1507 Church, Georgetown 
Murphy, Denis Michael 2N — 1356 Madison 
Murphy, Joveda 3— Box 242, Pelly 
Murray, Bernich Estelle 2—2319 Albans, Houston 
Murray, Robert Thomas 2N — USS Kuykendall, Georgetown 
Muske, Jeanne Vivian 1 — 502 S. De Leon, Victoria 
Mutschink, Dorothy Lee 2 — Box 256, Giddings 

Nance, Fannie Jo 4 — Lometa 

Nauman, Curham Lee IN — 916 E. Adams, Temple 

Nedell, Jacques Wm. Franklin IN — 6710 Selma, Hollywood, 

Calif. 
Nelson, Bernice Colleen 3 — 1201 E Chambers, Cleburne 
Nelson, W. Earl 1 — Box 786, Ingleside 
Nelson, George Edward 1—901 W. 5th, Taylor 
Nesbitt, William Walker 3V— Box 1 10, Trinity 
Newman, Daniel Maurice IN — 4830 N. Monticello, Chicago, 111. 
Newman, Janis Maree 1 — Cleveland 
Nichols, Paul Edward 2N— 3622 Richmond, El Paso 
Nicholson, Jerome Edward 2N— 3720 N. 42nd, Omaha, Nebr. 
Nolan, Mayezola Evalyn 2 — Ingleside 

Noon, Charles Frederick IN— 7662 Lake Park, Fair Haven, Mich. 
Norman, Robert Dean IN— 220 N. Sergeant, Joplin Mo. 



Norteman, Ralph Lowell IN— 1 15 Brown, Attleboro, Mass 
Northway, William Harvey 3V— 220 E. Craig, San Anionio 
Nowland, William B. 2N— 620 E. Olmos Dr., San Antonio 

Oglesby, Robert Lynn 2—1208 Ash, Georgetown 

Ohman, Raymond Norman 4— Weatherford 

O'Kelley, William Keith 2N— 6926 Mistletoe, Dallas 

Ondrusek, Daniel John IN— Box 237 Alice 

O'Neill, Frank 4V— Yoakum 

Oreschnigg, Walter Paul 2— West Columbia 

Orr, Frank Partillo 2— West Columbia 

Orr, John Henry, Jr. 2N— 1 16 Va. Ave, Waxahachie 

Overton, Josephine 4, Hutto 

Owens, Bobby Lee IV— Box 77, Bertram 

Pack, William Taylor IV— West Columbia 

Pagel, Warren Kenneth 1—605 N. Wats, Gonzales 

Palmer, Martha Ann 2— Fort Crockett 

Palmer, Mary Virginia 2— Fort Crockett 

Park, David Lee 2N— 2309 Oakland, Ft. Worth 

Parks, Kenneth Dale IN— Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Parnell, Betty Lou 2—3371 Ocean Fiont, San Diego Calif 

Parr, Charles Albert 2V— Box 217, Handley 

Parsons, "E" "I," Jr.— 5I8V2 N. Lee, Odessa 

Partlow, Charles Henry IV— 215 W. 6th, Georgetown 

Pate, Robert Jackson 1 — Woodville 

Patrick, John Morton PG— Box 225, Georgetown 

Patterson, Dean Waller IN— Val Verde Rd., So. Donna 

Patterson, Martha Sue 1 — 1702 Elm, Georgetown 

Patt. n, James McCurdy, Jr. IN— 1004 Maple, Lockhart 

Patton, John Nelson 3N— USS Kuykendall, Georgetown 

Patton, Thomas Ray IN— Box 166, Oklahoma City, Okla 

Paul, Ruth Senora 4—3008 San Felipe, Houston 

Pavlas, Albert Joe IV— 721 W. 8th, Taylor 

Payne, Helen Lillis 4— Box 428, Santa Anna 

Payne, Peggy Jean 1— Box 247, Luling 

Peacock, Pauline 2—712 S. 7th, Temple 

Pearson, John Henry 2N— 323 E. Vance, Tyler 

Peck, Charles Russell 3V— Rt. 5, Georgetown 

Peeples, Milton Lester 2N— Rt. "A," Roby 

Pennington, William Rhom 2N— 612 N. Wood Sherman 

Pepper, Delia Mae 4—605 N. Franklin, Marshall 

Percy, Calvin Greer 2N— Jonah 

Perkins, Bobbie Fern 2— Lampasas 

Perryman, James Weldon 1— Rt. 2, Moody 

Persyn, Richard M. 2N— 600 Ellswood, San Antonio 

Peterkin, George A. 2N— 3239 Ella Lee Lane, Houston 6 

Peters, Tommy 2N— 1705 Blvd., Ft. Worth 

Peterson, Calvin Arthur 3— Schulenburg 

Peterson, Ralph Thomas, Jr. IN— Rt. 3, Cherokee Okla 

Petty, Lawrence Otis, Jr. 2N— 1003 N. Shipp, Hobbs N M 

Phillips, Margaret Annette 3—408 Harrison, San Augustine 

Phillips, Mary Earleen 1— Junction 

Pickard, Roy 3—914 9th, Rosenberg 

Pickel, Mary Ann 1 — 1602 Hoeman, Houston 

Pike, Rodney Walter IN— 5 Whitney, Belmont New York 

Pitcock, Louis, Jr. 3V— 1230 E. 4th, Graham 

Pitts, Norman Merle 4N— Box 518, Matador 

Pitts, Sam Stanford 3—921 Thompson, Conroe 

Pool, George Washington, III 2—5806 Velasco, Dallas 

Porter, Frances Joyce 3 — Mathis 

Porter, Robert Bowden 3V— Box 13, Fabens 

Poteet, Ralph Harris 3—1 103 N. Ollie, Stephenville 

Potter, Raymond Edward IN— Box 25, Lake Villa, 111. 

Potter, Willis Albert 2N— Rt. 2, Edinburg 

Powell, Betty Ann 1—2244 Long, Beaumont 

Pranglin, Evelyn Elsie 4— Box 145, Pearsall 

Price, William Harold 2N— 617 Cuthbert, Midland 

Priest, Ernest Elton 3V — Florence 

Proctor, Edward L. IV— Box 45, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Pruitt, Walter Pierce 2N— Box 209, Kilgore 

Puckett, Julia Ruth 2— Rt. 1, Mineola 

Pye, Allen Edward 2N— 3200 Altura Blvd., El Paso 

Pyle, Roy Edwin IV— Box 334, Tomball 

Ouarg, William Frederick 2N— 900 Laurel, San Mateo, Calif. 



Ragsdale, Oleta Loraine 1— Box 358, San Saba 
Rambie, Guy Strickland, Jr. 2N — 141 Chichester PL, San An- 
tonio 
Ramey, James Melton 1 — Georgetown 
Ramey, Raymond N.— Box 11, Praise, Kentucky 
Randolph, Kennon Lee IN— 707 Vermont, Dallas 
Rankin, Travis Raymond 1 — Hondo 

Rath, Otto Campbell IN— Box 84, Mesilla Park, New Mex 
Ratliff, Harry O. IN— Rt. 1, Cold Springs, Okla. 
Reaves, Annajo 1— Box 293, Holliday 
Reckling, William Joseph 2N— 2219 Dickey Place, Houston 
Record, Ralph Vernon 1—407 E. 2nd, Hearne 
Reddin, James Burnon 1— Box 228, Georgetown 
Redkey, Marjorie Ann 2—2107 Jefferson, Houston 
Reeves, Bobby Carl IN— Rt. 2, Edinburg 
Reeves, Mae Yvonne 1— San Augustine 
Regan, Leo Aloysius 2N — 151 Chichester, San Antonio 
Reid, John Wallace, Jr. 2N— 913 Wilbarger, Vernon 
Renick, Myrtle Olene Price 1— Florence 
Rhodes, Joyce 2—1004 Walnut, Georgetown 
Richards, Naida 4— Paducah 
Richardson, Mary Fay 4— Box 16, Liberty Hill 
Richardson, Perry Dean 1— 310 W. 24th, Houston 
Richardson, William Alton 3N— Box 147, Rt. 1, Philadelphia 

Miss. 
Rickard, Mary Christo 1— Rt. 1, Taylor 
Riddle, Dewey Carl— Rt. 4, Box 258, San Angelo 
Riggs, Wilfred "R," Jr. 2N— 1 148 Green, San Francisco Cal 
Rister, Milton Arthur 2N— Rt. 2, Box 75, Granger 
Ritcheson, Jacksie 2—1202 W. Bell, Houston 
Ritchie, James Bradford 1—4804 Sherman, Galveston 
Riter, Adah Lee 3—3621 La Luz, El Paso 
Rives, Tommy Gene 3 — Weslaco 
Rivet, Bettye Jo 1—2352 Angelina, Beaumont 
Roberts, Boydene 4—1818 Mistletoe, San Antonio 
Roberts, Cloyd M. 2N— 3913 Alamo, Fort Worth 
Roberts, Irving Craig 2N— 4865 South State, Murray, Utah 
Robertson, Homer Donald 1— Rt. 4, Box 328, San Angelo 
Robertson, John Clifton 2N— 614 Quarry, Eagle Pass 
Robertson, Travis Virginia 1—5037 6th, Port Arthur 
Robinson, Beverly Jeanne 2—5002 Scotland, Houston 
Rodgers, Cathryn Ander 5 — Georgetown 
Rogers, Fred Tipps IN— 2318 20th, Lubbock 
Rogers, Margie Ann 1—1506 Elm, Georgetown 
Rogers, Mildred Jane 2—1506 Elm, Georgetown 
Rosene, Pauline Louise 2— Box 35, Rt. 3, Georgetown 
Ross, Mary Kathryn 2—2319 Calumet, Houston 
Roth, George Christian, II 2N— 1905 Gatewood Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 

Rowe, James Grant 1—418 N. 17th, McAllen 
Rowell, Chester Morrison 2N— Rt. 2, Box 207, Austin 
Ruetz, Irvin Henry IV— Box 2, Brenham 
Rush, Stanley Levi IN— Rt. 1, Pawhuska, Okla. 
Ryan, Amy Eileen 4— Rt. 42, Box 1040, El Paso 
Ryan, Terrence "A" 2N— 2018 Arbor, Houston 

St. Clair, Virginia Louise 4— Box 272, Georgetown 

Salley, Alger Little 2N— Box 34, Clomville 

Sanders, Hewey Alexander IN— Robstown 

Saunders, John Thomas 2N— Wetmore 

Sayers, Isobel Tresa 1 — 107 Hollydale Dr., Bryan 

Schmidt, Bruno Carl 5 — Georgetown 

Schmidt, Evelyn Faye 1— Box 331, Crosby 

Schaffer, John Arthur 2N— Box 321, Los Fresnos 

Schick, James Andrew 1 — 1844 W. Alabama, Houston 

Schilling, David Wesley 2N— 1435 E. 75th, Kansas City Mo 

Schluter, Carl Edward 2N— Rt. 1 , Rhome 

Schnabel, Lois Anne 4—612 Erie, Shreveport, La. 

Schock, James Irwin 2N— 68 Kingstowne, Kingston, R.I. 

Schofield, Joseph Louis IN— 106 Pinehurst, New York, N.Y 

Scoggins, Harold Grant, Jr. 4V — Georgetown 

Scott, Hilton Dewey IV— Rt. 2, Taylor 

Scott, Howard Wallace 3N— 341 Angelo, Corpus Christi 

Seabury, Glen Nathan 2N— 2702 Buena Vista, San Antonio 

Seale, Everett Young, Jr. IV— 106 W. White, San Antonio 

Selvey, Harold Eugene— 1520 Ash, Georgetown 

Severson, Wayne Edwin IN— 2743 Merle Hay, Des Moines la 

Sexton, Ednanne 3—2157 Troan Rd., Houston 






Shamblin, Johnnie Earl 1 — Box 375„ Moody 

Shaw, John Siess 1 — 135 Belleview, Baton Rouge, La. 

Shell, Turner Arthur, Jr. 2 — 305 Walnut, Georgetown 

Shepherd, Burton Hale IN — 1827 Tennyson, Kansas City, Kans. 

Shepperd, Mary Ruth 4 — Liberty Hill 

Sherman, Jack 1 — 207 W. 6th, Georgetown 

Shipley, Richard Francis 2N— 817 W. 4th, Stillwater, Okla. 

Shipp, Stelloise 3 — Liberty Hill 

Shockley, Harold David 2N — 510 Limestone Ave., Martin 

Sholars, Beth 3—505 15th, Orange 

Sholars, Jean 4 — 505 15th, Orange 

Short, George Ford 2N— 505 N. 8th, Durant, Okla. 

Shrode, Roy Gene IN — 241 League St., Sulphur Springs 

Simmons, Vivian Yancy 4 — Thrall 

Simon, Donald Richard 2N— Rt. 1, Stillwater, Okla. 

Simons, Mary Archer 3 — 1908 San Gabriel, Austin 

Sisserson, Charles Hutcheson 4V — 305 S. Main, Weatherford 

Sisserson, Jane Elizabeth 4 — 305 S Main, Weatherford 

Sistrunk, Polly Marie 4 — Runge 

Skillern, William Donald 1 — 702 Montrose, Lufkin 

Slover, Vernon 4 — Reagan Wells 

Smith, Billy James IN— Box 145, Yucaipa, Calif. 

Smith, Charlsie Alyne 2 — Bellmead 

Smith, Duncan L. 3N — 1 06 1 V^ Spazier, Burbank, Calif. 

Smith, Erma Carol 1 — 1704 W. Elizabeth, Brownsville 

Smith, Frank Morrison IV — 815 Haggin, San Antonio 

Smith, Gerald Lloyd 2N — Lage Oil & Transport Co., Aruba. 

N.W. I. 
Smith, Guy Douglas 4V — 601 E. Hopkins, Mexia 
Smith, Hubert Wayne IN— Rt. 2, Great Bend, Kansas 
Smith, Jack Clark 1 — Box 31, Keltys 
Smith, James Bert, Jr. IN— Box 2, Ball, La. 
Smith, James Warner 2N — Box 1542, Vernon 
Smith, Lauralee 3 — 1946 Missouri, Houston 
Smith, Mildred Grace 1 — Cedar Creek 
Smith, Melvin Munson 2N— 1530 W. 6th, Freeport 
Smith, Raymond Clyda 2N— 31 1 Pine, Port Neches 
Smith, Richard Russell, III 5V— 3107 Harris, Austin 
Smotherman, Harold Monroe IN— 1200 S.W. 35th, Oklahoma 

City, Okla. 
Snedecor, Thomas Charles 2N — Box 575, Richmond 
Sneed, Lillian Grace 4 — Box 168, Galena Park 
Sneed, Mary Elizabeth 2 — 1511 Clinton, Galena Park 
Sneed, Robert Cravens 4 — Box 168, Galena Park 
Snow, Benjamin Bryan 2N — 1019 W. Center, Visalia, Calif. 
Snyder, Franklin Arthur 2N — 151 W. 1st, Denver, Colorado 
Sorensen, Roger Harvey IN — 5106 Webster, Omaha, Nebraska 
Sorenson, Richard Ward IN — Delmar, Iowa 
Spainhower, Norris Robert IN — Polo, Missouri 
Spann, Edwin Russell 1 — 234 W. Woodlawn, San Antonio 
Spann, Harold Glen 1 — Box 164, Gladewater 
Sparks, Vincent Barry 2N— Park View, Apt. 8, Pine Bluff, Ark. 
Sparr, Richard Arthur 2N — 306 Camellia, Corpus Christi 
Spears, Robert Edward, Jr. IN — 1425 Broad, Augusta, Georgia 
Spellmann, Norman Woods 1 — 1 137 W. Ashby, San Antonio 
Spence, Douglas Morcom IN — 268 Penn, Pasadena, Calif. 
Spilman, Margaret Alida 1 — Bay Road, Raymondville 
Spiva, George Anthony 2N — 1221 Crest, Joplin, Missouri 
Sprinkel, Roscoe Elbert IN— 226 W. Jackson, Woodstock, 111. 
Stack, Francis William IN — Whitehaven Rd., Grand Island, 

N.Y. 
Stakemiller, Leo Herbert, Jr. 2N — 1 101 Van Buren, Houston 
Stanford, David McFerrin, III 1 — 705 Hullum, Breckenridge 
Stanley, Bess Joan 1 — 1507 W. College, Midland 
Stanton, Thomas "J" 2N— 8824 Tudor, St. Louis, Missouri 
Stapp, Gilbert William IV— R.F.D. Liberty Hill 
Stark, Wayne "B," Jr., 2N— Box 35, Friona 
Stavinoha, Leonard William PG — Granger 
Stebbins, Russell Albert IN— 4919 Burt, Omaha, Nebraska 
Steen, Barbara Myrle 1 — 1004 10th, Lake Charles, La. 
Stephens, "R" "A," Jr. IV— Box 606, Mason 
Stevens, Charles William 3N — 815 Rebecca Ave., Hattiesburg, 

Miss. 
Stevens, Dan Kline IV — Box 33, Danciger 
Stevic, William Wayne, Jr. 4V — Marshallville, Ohio 
Stewart, Charles Bradbury 2N — Mayer, Arizona 
Stewart, Robert Eugene IN — Pritchett, Colorado 
Stewart, Susie Guye 1 — Geneva 



Stimson, Tommy Howard IN — 5930 Richmond, Dallas 

St'inchcomb, Glenn M. 2N — Rt. 2, Siloam Springs, Ark. 

Stockwell, Betty Joan 1 — 126 E. St. N., Talladega, Ala. 

Stoikes, Gale Thomas IN — Readstown, Wisconsin 

Stoker, Emma Ruth 4—515 N. 20th, Waco 

Stokes, Carl Warren 1 — 1502 Ash, Georgetown 

Stoldt, Clarence Jo IN— 2540 Cummings, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Stone, Edward Hobson 2N — 508 Lincoln, Alameda, Okla. 

Stone, Frances Mary 1 — 5631 Richmond, Dallas 

Stone, Jim Ed IN— Box 1064, Ada, Okla. 

Stookey, Donald 3N— 1813 Virginia, Fort Worth 

Strasburger, Winfrey Anne 3 — 15 W. French, Temple 

Strathern, Clifton Russell 2N — 55 Spring, Hanson, Mass. 

Stratton, Sumner Gerard 2N — 140 Court, Plymouth, Mass. 

Strickland, Reugen Wilson 2 — 901 E. Houston, Marshall 

Stroupe, Keith Kelar IN — Sugar Loaf Hts., East Carondelet, 111. 

Stuart, Dorothy 2 — 4815 San Jacinto, Houston 

Swartz, Franklin Thorns IN — 7107 31st, Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Switzer, Virginia Ann 2 — 2215 Arlington, Houston 

t 

Tagg, Alden Richard IN — 3820 Orleans, Sioux City, Iowa 

Tannebaum, Richard IN — Pine Hill, New York 

Tate, Alden Richard IN— Pine Hill New York 

Taylor, Bena Ray 2 — Box 138, Junction 

Taylor, Bryan 2 — 834 Retama, Corpus Christi 

Taylor, Louis Warren IN — 1 166 S. Terrace, Wichita, Kans. 

Teel, Almon Bernard 2N— Box 1004, Electro 

Tegart, Patricia 3 — 329 Spaulding, San Angelo 

Testa, Antone James 2N— 8044 So. Eastern, Bell, Calif. 

Thaler, Leonard Arthur IN— 3210A Halliday, St. Louis, Mo. 

Thayer, Lucius Harrison, II 2N — 27 Estabrood, West Newton, 

Mass. 
Thibeault, Donald William 2N — 2 Laurel Court, Sanford, Maine 
Thomas, Anne Laura 1 — 603 E. 7th, Georgetown 
Thomas, Lawrence Richard 2N — 3714 Eutopia, Greenville 
Thomas, Terry Leigh IN — 1527 35th, Meridian, Miss. 
Thompson, Dale James 2N — 2300 Jefferson, Ogden, Utah 
Thompson, George William 2N — 1412 Anson, Abilene 
Thompson, John Gordon IN — 1027 S. Fountain, Springfield, O. 
Thompson, Laura Anne 2 — Keltys 
Thompson, Mary Lou 4 — Keltys 
Thompson, Robert Lavelle 2N — Rt. 1, Ballinger 
Thompson, Ted Burton IN— 1203 E. 31st, Austin 
Thorsen, Wesley Donald IN — 2018 12th, Racine, Wisconsin 
Thouin, Wesley Julian 1 — R.F.D. , Northampton, Mass. 
Tidwell, Helen Rebecca 4 — Meridian 

Tidwell, James Warren IN — 366 Malino, Long Beach, Calif. 
Tims, Parick Castlebury IN — 516 S. Denton, Gainesville 
Tingley, Lawrence Hill 3N — 5702 Sherman, Houston 1 1 
Tippett, Laura Janice 3—2230 10th, Port Arthur 
Todd, Albert Charles, Jr. IN— 1 183 S. 15th, Salt Lake City, U. 
Tolbert, Robert Leon IN— Rt. 3, Pauls Valley, Okla. 
Tooley, Albert Richard 4V — S.U. Station, Georgetown 
Towler, Daphna Pearl 3 — 901 Graham, Goose Creek 
Tragesser, Patricia Jane 1 — 2430 Evalon, Beaumont 
Trammell, Mary Jane 2 — 1734 Bolshover, Houston 
Trask, John Buren — 2331 Lapevrousest, New Orleans, La. 
Tucker, Elbert Lloyd 3N— 405 S. Winnetka, Dallas 
Tucker, Mary Alice 2 — North Heights, Nacogdoches 
Tumlinson, Martha Ellen 4 — Raymondville 

Tuohey, Pakrick Aloysius N — 120 N. Topping, Kansas City, Mc. 
Turek, Robert Fox 2N — Pierce, Nebraska 
Turner, Arvin William 1 — 24 B, Mustang, San Angelo 
Turner, Bobby Eugene IN — 1 1 1 1 W. Abram, Arlington 
Turner, Jay Marshall 2N— 2501 Wyoming, El Paso 
Turner, Richard William IN — 1404 3rd, Durango, Colorado 
Twigg, James Paul 2N — 801 Comden, Cumberland, Md. 
Tyson, Billie Ruth 3— Box 576, Rosebud 

Ulrey, John Donald 4V— 408 Aylford, Big Spring 
Underhill, Bill 2N— 506 Nolan, Big Spring 

Underwood, James Ross, Jr. 3N — 1 134 Florida, Corpus Christi 
Unger, Kenneth Verden IN — 513 W. 6th, Newton, Kansas 



Van Dyke, Richard Eugene 1N- 
Mo. 



127 W. 27th, Independence, 



Vanosdall, Frederick Emmett IN— 1400 "P" St., Goring, Nebr. 

Vaughn, Ella Frances 1—2316 Ave. "G," Bay City 

Vernon, William Franklin 1 — Merkel, Texas 

Versaw, Raoul Dean IN— 1140 N. 41st, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Vick, Mary Ann 1—3402 N. New Braunfels 

Viertel, Arthur Lee 1— Rt. 1, Moran 

Waddell, Ouida 2 — Hempstead 

Wadsack, Charles Edwin IN— 4844 Calvin, St. Louis, Mo. 

Wagar, Catherine Evelyn 1— 432.W. 33rd, Houston 

Walker, Doris Vivian 2 — Box 467, Georgetown 

Walker, James William 2N— 710 Dixie, Cookeville, Tenn. 

Walker, Mari Hannah 2 — Columbus 

Walker, Martha Frances 1— Box 322, Lytle 

Walker, Robert Earl 2N— 6713 Brompton, Houston 

Wallace, Linda Marie 3—200 NW. 20th, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Wallingford, Florence V. 1 — Box 184, Hempstead 

Walton, William Armour IN— 1843 Oakley, Topeka, Kansas 

Walton, William Embrey 2—3730 College, Ft. Worth 

Waltrip, Burroughs A. IN— 1603 Scenic Dr., Austin 

Ward, Donald James IN— 761 E. Big Bend, Webster Groves, Mo. 

Ward, Joycelyn Claudia 3 — San Saba 

Ward, Paul Morris 1 — 402 W. French, Temple 

Warfield, Lemuel Owings 2N— 708 Winston, Baltimore, Md. 

Warman, Ronald Roy IN— 2716 Glendale, Independence, Mo. 

Warnock, Mary Flo 1—300 Rio, Fort Stockton 

Warthen, Betty Patricia 4 — 2216 McFaddin, Beaumont 

Waters, George McFerrin 2N— 3305 E. Pratt, Baltimore, Md. 

Watkins, Myron Kennedy IN — 8 S. Pine, Villa Grove, 111. 

Watson, Betty Jean 3—212 W. Center, Fredericksburg 

Waugh, Martha Floriene 2—1207 Lexington, Taylor 

Weaver, H. Binford 1 — Rt. 1, Navasota 

Weber, Irving Joseph IN — Commodore Hotel, Omaha, Nebr. 

Webster, Harry Lee IN — 663 Fairview, Webster Groves, Mo. 

Weddle, Curtis Eugene IN— 813 N. River, Independence, Mo. 

Weiler, Ralph Eugene IN— Star Rt., Willo Springs, Mo. 

Weiss, Benjamin Fred Louis 1— Box 86, Goldthwaite 

Welborn, Jackie Wiley 1—502 S. Magnolia, Palestine 

Wells, Don Lee 2N— 2138 W. Main, Houston 

Wells, James Andrew 1 — Stamford 

Wendt, Vivian Marie 1 — Box 242, Logansport, La. 

West, Fredrick T. 3N— Box 883, Mission 

Westkaemper, Richard B. 2N— 915 E. Elmira, San Antonio 

Weston, John 2N— 53rd & Blue Ridge, Route 3, Kansas City, Mo. 

Wetzel, William Samuel IN— 1416 NW. 23rd, Okla. City, Okla. 

White, Allene Barr 4 — 1101 Pine, Georgetown 

White, Alma Gwendolyn 1 — Box 346, Logansport, La. 

White, Edward Parick 2N— J. J. White, 261 Beauregard, 
Mobile, Alabama 

Whitehead, Eunice 2 — 1504 Forest, Georgetown 

Whitlock, Vernon Lee IN — Sicily Island, La. 

Whitmore, Raymond Lee IN — Rt. 1, Denton, Kansas 

Wiesek, Ola Mae 2 — Lissie 

Wiggins, Lea 3— Rt. 2, Box 68, Warren 

Wilcox, Robert Patterson, Jr. 2— Box 387, Eagle Lake 



Wilkerson, Haney Lamar 1 — 926 Ashland, Houston 

Wilkinson, Clarence Lacy IN— 1409 Gilbert, Beaumont 

Willhite, Warren Wayne IN— 2301 S. Central, Okla. City, Okla. 

Williams, Barney Winfield 2N— 28 Strauss, Indian Head, Md. 

Williams, Ivan Bunger 2N— 1629 Castle Ct., Houston 6 

Williams, Lee Vaughn 2N— c/o Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., Lubbock 

Williams, Martha Jane 2— Box 588, Alvin 

Williams, Rhys Allan IN— 321 N. Missouri, Mexico, Mo. 

Williamson, Albert Edward 2N— 119 W. Seventh, Bonham 

Willman, Etta Marie 4— Art 

Wilson, Bettye Jean 2 — Box 261, Richmond 

Wilson, Carlos Dalton 4V — Campton, Calif. 

Wilson, James Michael IN— 316 N. 8th St., Garland 

Wilson, Laurence Wyatt 2N— Box 333, Rosenberg 

Wilson, Marion Joyce 3—337 Rivercrest, Ft. Worth 

Wilson, Samuel Davis IV — Belton 

Winslow, Edward Kenelm IN— 1405 S. Yale, Tulsa, Okla. 

Wisdom, Warren Bacon IN — Terrell 

Wise, Mary Katherine 4 — 1 107 3rd, Corpus Christi 

Withers, Hattie Lee 1 — 1511 Green, Orange 

Withers, W. C. IN— 1247 Thomas, Port Arthur 

Wittlinger, Cebe Sue 1—221 Carson Ct., Houston 4 

Wobber, Donald Roger 2N— 329 San Benito, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Wolff, Robert Lee IN— Box 197, Independence, Mo. 

Wonderly, Harold Lynn IN— 717 Seneca, Bartlesville, Okla. 

Wood, Gale 1 — Box 56, Mason 

Woodbeck, Carol Edwin 2N— Box 129, Jackson, Miss. 

Woodbum, William Charles 2N— 4932 Hillbrook, Washington 
D.C. 

Woodmansee, Donald Ray IN— Rt. 2, Cherokee, Okla. 

Woodruff, Virginia 3 — 611 Andrew, Gatesville 

Woods, Jack Laughery 3N— 219 S. Mont Clair, Dallas 

Wooldridge, Edmona Louise 2 — Conroe 

Woolls, Dorothy 4— Box 496, Hondo 

Woolls, Grace 2— Box 496, Hondo 

Worley, Earle Frederick 2N— 218 N. 21st, Hopewell, Va. 

Wright, Audrey Jean 1 — 723 E. Sumpter, Mexia 

Wright, Isanthe 1 — 2213 Devonshire, Houston 

Wright, Sara Malcolm P.G.— McCook Infirmary, Georgetown 

Wyatt, Carolyn Marie 1—223 9th Ave., Texas City 

York, Carolyn Ann 2—302 S. Denton St., Gainesville 

Young, Albert Clifford 1— Edna 

Young, Elbert Clifford, Jr. 1— Box 117, Edna 

Young, Howard Ennis 4V— 605 N. Ave. "E," Olney 

Young, Robert Allen IN— 1426 Wyoming, Cody, Wyoming 

Young, Ruth 1 — Box 256, Georgetown 

Young, Shirley Ross 1—420 W. Bell, Houston 

Zachary, Donald Ray IN— 1001 N.W. 8th, Okla. City, Okla. 

Zahn, Gordon Wilson 2N— 4718 Reiger, Dallas 

Zajchowski, Joseph Stanley 2N— 81 Livingston, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Zerr, Doris Mae 1 — Box 93, Hondo 

Zinkgraf, Howell Lee IN— 204 Brace, Houston. 



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